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"activex control" in VB.net

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I have an application containing WMP and I'd like to create an "online"
version of it. I believe that this used to be accomplished with activex in
VB 6. How would I go about recreating it for use in websites like youtube,
or other flash players? Do I have to go back to VB 6?
Jul 17 '07 #1
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Can someone tell me if I'm not posting as a "MSDN Subscriber"? I'm not
getting any response from anyone for my posts... I thought someone was
supposed to respond in 2 days.

Thanks

"dnorris" wrote:
I have an application containing WMP and I'd like to create an "online"
version of it. I believe that this used to be accomplished with activex in
VB 6. How would I go about recreating it for use in websites like youtube,
or other flash players? Do I have to go back to VB 6?
Jul 20 '07 #2

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On Jul 17, 6:56 pm, dnorris <dnor...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
I have an application containing WMP and I'd like to create an "online"
version of it. I believe that this used to be accomplished with activex in
VB 6. How would I go about recreating it for use in websites like youtube,
or other flash players? Do I have to go back to VB 6?
AFAIK ActiveX is alive and well with on the .Net framework. Since
ActiveX is not my area of expertise, I did a quick search in the
Asp.Net group and found the following thread that may be of use to
you:

http://groups.google.com/group/micro...c13dde12ecf77a

Thanks,

Seth Rowe

Jul 20 '07 #3

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thanks for the response.

I think I'm just not making myself very clear. I don't want to embed the
Windows Media Player activeX control into a webpage. I've created my own
player in VB2005 as a windows forms project. Now I'd like to make it into
something like an Activex Control and drop IT into a webpage.
Any ideas?
"rowe_newsgroups" wrote:
On Jul 17, 6:56 pm, dnorris <dnor...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
I have an application containing WMP and I'd like to create an "online"
version of it. I believe that this used to be accomplished with activex in
VB 6. How would I go about recreating it for use in websites like youtube,
or other flash players? Do I have to go back to VB 6?

AFAIK ActiveX is alive and well with on the .Net framework. Since
ActiveX is not my area of expertise, I did a quick search in the
Asp.Net group and found the following thread that may be of use to
you:

http://groups.google.com/group/micro...c13dde12ecf77a

Thanks,

Seth Rowe

Jul 21 '07 #4

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