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How can i validate an ActiveX control registered on my system whether it is licensed or not?

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Hi

I have a list of all activeX controls registered on my system.
When i add one of these activeX controls to Windows Form on runtime ,
an exception is thrown if this activeX control is not licensed.
I want to check a specified activeX control whether it is licensed or
not before adding ut to the WindowsForm.

How can i check an ActiveX control whether it is licensed or not on
runtime?????
Please reply as soon as possible .

Thanks
Melisa

Oct 3 '06 #1
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Not sure what are these activeX you are using.. in general either it has to
have a method to check it or you got to invoke a method that does not reply
if it is not registered and find it..

Nirosh.

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Hi

I have a list of all activeX controls registered on my system.
When i add one of these activeX controls to Windows Form on runtime ,
an exception is thrown if this activeX control is not licensed.
I want to check a specified activeX control whether it is licensed or
not before adding ut to the WindowsForm.

How can i check an ActiveX control whether it is licensed or not on
runtime?????
Please reply as soon as possible .

Thanks
Melisa

Oct 3 '06 #2

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