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How to view windows form control library in a web page

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I created new project From VC++ .net IDE. CLR->Windows forms control library.
I need to view the control in a web page but I can't.
Your advice is Higly appreciated
Jun 27 '08 #1
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ahmed fathi wrote:
I created new project From VC++ .net IDE. CLR->Windows forms control
library. I need to view the control in a web page but I can't.
Your advice is Higly appreciated
You need to create a web or Silverlight project instead. Windows.Forms
controls can't be hosted in web browsers.
Jun 27 '08 #2

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IE supports Hosting Winform controls but if your control is written in C++,
you can not guarantee VC Runtime is on the viewer's machine. And the default
security setting is very restrictive.
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I created new project From VC++ .net IDE. CLR->Windows forms control
library.
I need to view the control in a web page but I can't.
Your advice is Higly appreciated

Jun 27 '08 #3

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