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Invalidate an ActiveX version

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I need to invalidate a ActiveX build version to warn IE that have it
embedded to reload from server not chached one

Crirus
Nov 20 '05 #1
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On Mon, 27 Oct 2003 14:38:04 +0200, Crirus wrote:
I need to invalidate a ActiveX build version to warn IE that have it
embedded to reload from server not chached one


I'm no .asp expert, but in the <OBJECT> tag on the web page, there is an
attribute that specifies the version of the control (e. g. 1,0,0,0). I
think if you just build the new version with a different version number
(say 1,1,0,0) and update the <OBJECT> tag to request that version, it
should automatically try to download the new component. Of course, the
older one will still be on the machine, just not used.

Does this help? Try the inetserver.iis group for additional information.

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Chris

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Nov 20 '05 #2

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Right now I use the name to signal an update, each new dll is downloaded
aside the old ones...I whould like to override theold one..

"Chris Dunaway" <dunawayc@_lunchmeat_sbcglobal.net> wrote in message
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On Mon, 27 Oct 2003 14:38:04 +0200, Crirus wrote:
I need to invalidate a ActiveX build version to warn IE that have it
embedded to reload from server not chached one


I'm no .asp expert, but in the <OBJECT> tag on the web page, there is an
attribute that specifies the version of the control (e. g. 1,0,0,0). I
think if you just build the new version with a different version number
(say 1,1,0,0) and update the <OBJECT> tag to request that version, it
should automatically try to download the new component. Of course, the
older one will still be on the machine, just not used.

Does this help? Try the inetserver.iis group for additional information.

--
Chris

To send me an E-mail, remove the underscores and lunchmeat from my E-Mail
address.

Nov 20 '05 #3

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