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RE: Handling ActiveX in ASP.net

Hello Philippe,

In addition to bruce's points, I'd suggest the KB article
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/317392. It demonstrates how to host an
ActiveX control in ASP.NET (for your first question), and points out that
ActiveX control is a pure client-side control, the server-side code cannot
access this control (for your second question). Server-side code can access
only server controls, which are the controls that are listed on the Web
Form tab in the toolbox. But do we have any workarounds to get/set ActiveX
control properties from the server-side code? Yes, we have.

A. To set an ActiveX control property from the serve side:
As bruce mentioned, we can render a script block to set the variables. For
example:
Response.Write( "<script>myCont rol1.myProperty ='aaa';</script>");
where "myControl1 " is the client-side ID of the ActiveX control.

B. To get an ActiveX control property from the server side:
Suppose that you want to get the ActiveX control's property in a asp.net
button Click postback, we can register a client-side onclick event for the
button:
<asp:Button runat=server ID='btn' OnClientClick=' clientSideClick Event'
OnClick='server SideClickEvent' ¡* />
In the clientSideClick Event javascript function, we get the ActiveX
control's property and place the value in a hidden field (e.g.
asp:HiddenField ). After then, we can get the property value from the
asp:HiddenField control in our server side OnClick call back.

Please let me know if you have any other concerns, or need anything else.

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Jun 27 '08 #1
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Hi Jianlang,
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de news:Dr******** ******@TK2MSFTN GHUB02.phx.gbl. ..
Hello Philippe,

In addition to bruce's points, I'd suggest the KB article
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/317392. It demonstrates how to host an
ActiveX control in ASP.NET (for your first question), and points out that
ActiveX control is a pure client-side control, the server-side code cannot
access this control (for your second question). Server-side code can
access
only server controls, which are the controls that are listed on the Web
Form tab in the toolbox. But do we have any workarounds to get/set ActiveX
control properties from the server-side code? Yes, we have.

A. To set an ActiveX control property from the serve side:
As bruce mentioned, we can render a script block to set the variables. For
example:
Response.Write( "<script>myCont rol1.myProperty ='aaa';</script>");
where "myControl1 " is the client-side ID of the ActiveX control.

B. To get an ActiveX control property from the server side:
Suppose that you want to get the ActiveX control's property in a asp.net
button Click postback, we can register a client-side onclick event for the
button:
<asp:Button runat=server ID='btn' OnClientClick=' clientSideClick Event'
OnClick='server SideClickEvent' ¡* />
In the clientSideClick Event javascript function, we get the ActiveX
control's property and place the value in a hidden field (e.g.
asp:HiddenField ). After then, we can get the property value from the
asp:HiddenField control in our server side OnClick call back.

Please let me know if you have any other concerns, or need anything else.
This post is eally helpful to me.
Thank you very much

Jun 27 '08 #2

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