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Registering ActiveX

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I would like to know how to register ActiveX components programaticaly in Delphi 3. I don't want someone tell me about some components that do that kind of job...
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2 options:
- shell to regsvr32.exe , or
- do it yourself:

var
  hOCX:integer;
  pReg: procedure;
begin
  hOCX := LoadLibrary('CFX32.OCX');
  if (hOCX <> 0) Then
  begin
    pReg := GetProcAddress(hOCX,'DllRegisterServer');
    pReg; { Call the registration function }
    FreeLibrary(hOCX);
  end
end;

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Thanks for the information !
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