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Hello,

I have developed an ActiveX control in VB. I wanted to use this in a ASP page so i have
packaged it and have deployed it on the server. I tested the component in my ASP page and
it was working fine. The testing was done on 2 m/c. One was where the component was developed
and the other was different m/c.

Now, today I wanted to do some changes in my code and so I worked on the component again.
After the changes it was again packaged and deployed on the server. Now again the testing
was done on the same 2 m/c. THE NEW CHANGES WERE REFLECTED ON THE M/C ON WHICH IT WAS
DEVELOPED BUT NOT ON THE OTHER.


Also when I tested the component for the first time it prompted me to dnload the component
on both the m/c where the ASP page was run. But now after the changes it doesnt prompt me
for dnloading the component.


I tried running the ASP page after deleting all my cookies, temp internet files and also
the history files.

Could anyone tell me where I am going wrong or missing out something ?

Thanks in advance.
Ram.
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You should set the new version of the control. Project -> Properties , and increment the version.

Regards,
CJ
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hi,
further help wud be appreciated. my prob is is not yet resolved.
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hi hardy100,
After one year of neglect, it is VERY unlikely that you will get any satisfactory new input on this question.  It is time to swab the decks and blow the pipes.  You can either 1) post a new comment requesting deletion or you can 2) accept one of the above comments as an answer.

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hi,
further help wud be appreciated. my prob is is not yet resolved.
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hardy100,
I do not appreciate C grades. I know that you did not receive the answer you wanted but a C grade is not appreciated by me.

DanRollins, moderator,
please remove this question from my profile or change it into an A grade. I do not appreciate a C grade.

CJ
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Don't worry. It's not inconvenient, it's just that I don't want a C :-)

Thanx Dan!

CJ
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Grade changed per request.

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Thank you Mindphaser!

CJ
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