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Submitting HTML parameters to activeX control

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Hi,

I have an activeX control (programmed with c++) which is displayed in
the Internet Explorer via the object tag. Now, as you probably know,
you can pass parameters to the activeX control by using the param tag.
My question now is, how do I get these parameters into my activeX
control.
I found hints about using IPropertyBag, but didn't find a good example
on how to implement that. I even don't know whether this is the right
way to get the parameters.

Does anyone know how to realize that? Can anyone help me?

Thx in advance,

Kai I. H.

Jul 23 '05 #1
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Kai I. H. wrote:
Hi,

I have an activeX control (programmed with c++) which is displayed in
the Internet Explorer via the object tag. Now, as you probably know,
you can pass parameters to the activeX control by using the param tag.
My question now is, how do I get these parameters into my activeX
control.
I found hints about using IPropertyBag, but didn't find a good example
on how to implement that. I even don't know whether this is the right
way to get the parameters.

Does anyone know how to realize that? Can anyone help me?

Thx in advance,

Kai I. H.


Hmm, 'activeX'? I don't see that in the C++ Standard, nor
on my Solaris or Linux machines.

Try a Microsoft Developers newsgroup for relevant answers.

Regards,
Larry
Jul 23 '05 #2

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> Does anyone know how to realize that? Can anyone help me?

In another newsgroup yes.
But in this newsgroup: "ActiveX Controls", "IPropertyBag" and other
OS-specific stuff is off-topic. Way off-topic.

I would suggest subscribing to the Microsoft New Server:
msnews.microsoft.com

and posting to one of the 22 newsgroups devoted to VC++

microsoft.public.vc.*

Come back here when you need help with C++ language or the standard library
but leave any OS-specific, Hardware-specific, vendor-specific baggage at the
door.

Stephen Howe
Jul 23 '05 #3

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