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Dear Experts,

I have developed a client server application in VB5 which accesses a INFORMIX Database using INFORMIX DATA Director. However the user want it to be available over the INTERNET. Is it possible for me to do this? Or do I need to recompile it. if so How can i do it?  

Pls. response to my question...

thanks in advance...


altec234
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With the tools that you have in Visual Basic you could convert the application to an ActiveX document. There is an Add-In Wizard for this. The ActiveX documents will work like an application inside a browser which supports ActiveX (IE4 but not Netscape).

Let me know if this helps.

Andrew
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Please send me a detail on how to compile a specific project into an ActiveX Document AND What is that ADD-IN WIZARD?

thanks again
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