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Using ActiveX ctl in container app. & IE.

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I`m writing C++ apps. since 1994. These apps. are used to configure some processes in a Unix server, via TCP/IP. Now I want to start using ActiveX components:
1) I want to convert my apps in containers (with AfxEnableControlContainer();
2) I want to write ActiveX components to use in my apps
3) I want to use these ActiveX components in Internet Explorer browser.

Resuming: I want to write ActiveX components to be compatible with my apps and with IE (both). It`s possible?

Someone can give me a sample or someone knows where can I get it?
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Tommy Hui earned 300 total points
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While it is certainly possible to write controls that only work with a specific container, it requires quite a bit of code to do that. Start with a Wizard generated control and you should see it work in IE4.

Once you have a control, to embedded it into your application, you can use Project | Add to Project | Components and Controls and select your control. This will generate the headers and source files into your project that can create the control.

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Would you point me where can I find a sample?
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