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How to create Activex control with visual studio ??

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I have a dll written in visual basic.net, I need to run this dll on client's
machine, so if i need to wrap it as an activex control to be downloaded on
client's machine how can i do this using visual studio 2003 or 2005 other
than visual basic 6 or visual c++ ??
Nov 30 '05 #1
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In .NET (using VS.NET2002/2003/2005), you cannot make ActiveX controls. The
close counter part in .NET is Win Form User Control, which you can use
inside IE in the similar way as ActiveX control.

"Wael_Bakr" <Wa******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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I have a dll written in visual basic.net, I need to run this dll on
client's
machine, so if i need to wrap it as an activex control to be downloaded on
client's machine how can i do this using visual studio 2003 or 2005 other
than visual basic 6 or visual c++ ??

Nov 30 '05 #2

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HI,
I am interested in this topic. Can Win Form User Control start a local
application and open socket to a third web as same as ActiveX?

Thanks

David

"Norman Yuan" wrote:
In .NET (using VS.NET2002/2003/2005), you cannot make ActiveX controls. The
close counter part in .NET is Win Form User Control, which you can use
inside IE in the similar way as ActiveX control.

"Wael_Bakr" <Wa******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:88**********************************@microsof t.com...
I have a dll written in visual basic.net, I need to run this dll on
client's
machine, so if i need to wrap it as an activex control to be downloaded on
client's machine how can i do this using visual studio 2003 or 2005 other
than visual basic 6 or visual c++ ??


Feb 20 '06 #3

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