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Displaying an HTML Document *on the front panel*

I've installed Windows 98 SE and Labview6.0i.
I've used the "Microsoft Web Server" Active X object and the "navigate"
method to load an HTML page: converting the path of the document in a string
and wiring it into "URL" attribute. Everything works on my PC, even if i
compile a standalone executable. Nom I'm trying to copy the standalone
executable in another PC without Labview and only Windows 98 SE and the
result is that the program runs but i see nothing in the ActiveX control. I
found in the NI Web page that i have to register the ActiveX calling the
executable with "/RegServer" on the command line. But if i try with my
program the result is the same. I think i've to register the "Microsoft Web
Server" A
ctiveX but i can't understand what is the executable or the DLL.
Luca
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iarstudio@iol.it (IARstudio) wrote in
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>I've installed Windows 98 SE and Labview6.0i.
>I've used the "Microsoft Web Server" Active X object and the "navigate"
>method to load an HTML page: converting the path of the document in a
>string and wiring it into "URL" attribute. Everything works on my PC,
>even if i compile a standalone executable. Nom I'm trying to copy the
>standalone executable in another PC without Labview and only Windows 98
>SE and the result is that the program runs but i see nothing in the
>ActiveX control. I found in the NI Web page that i have to register the
>ActiveX calling the executable with "/RegServer" on the command line.
>But if i try with my program the result is the same. I think i've to
>register
the "Microsoft Web Server" ActiveX but i can't understand what
>is the executable or the DLL. Luca

If you are trying to access any Microsoft AX object then more than just
registering the ocx is required. You will need to install the rest of that
package so the registry settings are installed as well. In this way, ocx's
can be protected from distribution without the correct licensing
procedures.

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Alexander C. Le Dain, PhD
ICON Technologies Pty Ltd
http://www.icon-tech.com.au
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