I have an app consisting of a user interface layer, (a series of forms in a standard VB project), a business logic layer, (a series of classes/modules in an ActiveX dll project), and additional user interface controls I have designed myself, (in an ActiveX control project).
The three projects are under development and hence have not been compiled. I am running them as a group project with relevent references defined where necessary.
The ActiveX controls are loaded dynamically at run time, i.e. only when required. (The user accesses one of a number of functions and the relevant screen is loaded as an ActiveX control as a result).
Initially this worked fine but I have done something that prevents the dynamically loaded control from being enabled!!!
The actual code for loading the control hasn't been touched - any clues - is it a project reference/component/properties issue?
Here is the routine for loading the activeX control.
****At top of form code*****
' Used to allow dynamic load of user controls
Private WithEvents FL3IF As VBControlExtender
Private FL3IFX As Object
***Name of user control passed to routine in format "projectname.controlname"***
Private Sub Showscreen(UC_Name As String)
' -- Load a user control and show it
On Error Resume Next ' Tidy Up
Set FL3IFX = Nothing
Set FL3IF = Nothing
Set FL3IF = Me.Controls.Add(UC_Name, "DATA")
Set FL3IF.Container = fmeX ' A frame on main form
.Top = 0
.Left = 0
.Height = fmeX.Height
.Width = fmeX.Width
Set FL3IFX = .object
.Visible = True
.Enabled = True ' ****doesn't work!!!!!****