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Very strange: I have read all the information in the msdn libarary about the AxtiveX Document but got no idea how to let the visiter to read the documents in the ActiveX Document project.

We may comile the AxtiveX Document project to an exe file, then put it in a folder of the server...then how to let the visiter to read the document inside the exe?

Hope you can understand what I want to know.
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Question by:victorlong
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by:abidn
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Please refer to MSDN HOWTO article Q168428.
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by:victorlong
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To abidn:

I have just read the article but still got no idea.....That article seems tell me how to test an AxtiveX Document project and not answers my question.
Perhaps, I didn't explain clearly my question...
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Open up Internet Explorer (or Microsoft Binder).. and open / run the MyProg.VBD file in the MyProg.Exe directory. With ActiveX Documents.. the VBD file is the starting point, not the EXE.. <smile>.
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by:victorlong
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Hi wsh2,

I see....That is right!!!
So, after compiling, we need to put the exe and vbd of the project onto the server and the vbd file is the door for a visitor.
If I understand correctly, you have answered this question.

Another question is: How to make "submit form" by ActiveX Document?
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by:wsh2
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Hello Victorlong,

If you are pleased with an answer, there is a place to accept, grade and award it points on your screen there.. <smile>. Generally speaking, YOU are best served by asking only one question per thread. While I am more than happy to respond to your question, other experts do not know it is here, and as such you are robbed of their expertise, and you are limited to only my comments.. <yikes!.. lol>. You may want to consider presenting your "submit form" question to the general populace.. <smile>.

"How to make "submit form" by ActiveX Document?"

Add another Userdocument to your project. To activate that form.. use a
navigate statement to activate it.. Eg.

Userdocument1.Hyperlink.NavigateTo = "c:\PathName\Userdocument2.Vbd"

NOTE: Be advised that all data entered into Userdocument1 will be lost unless you first store it into PropertyBags. Eg.

<----- Code Begin ----->

Private Sub UserControl1.ReadProperties (Propbag as PropertyBag)

  UserControl1.ReadProperty (DataName, DefaultValue)

End Sub

Private Sub UserControl1.WriteProperties (Propbag as PropertyBag)

  UserControl1.WriteProperty (DataName, Value, DefaultValue)

End Sub

Private Sub Text1_Changed ()

  PropertyChanged ' Notify PropertyBag

End Sub

<----- Code End ----->
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by:victorlong
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Hi wsh2,

Thank you for your help.

Now I am going to post the second question about the "submit from". Please check that if you like to answer.
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by:victorlong
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Hi wsh2,

I have finished this question before I found your last comment...I thought you got no time to answer the second question.....please go to the new question.......
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