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.Net component to load in HTML page

It seems that putting a reference to a .Net component in an <object> html tag  of a webpage is working, but only if i place the DLL and the html file on my website. This means that an http protocol need to be used. Is it right?

How i can achieve the same result by putting those files in an intranet project? I mean, that i will not have a running website, but i want to load the html file in a "file://" type statement. Is it possible and how can we specify this in the <object> tag?

I've tried different things, but i'm not able to instantiate the object in that way...
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mhebert
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CJ_SCommented:
I suppose you can do that.

file:\\MACHINENAME\yours.dll

?

CJ
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CJ_SCommented:
Could also be:

file:///\\machinename\yours.dll

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nico5038Commented:

No comment has been added lately, so it's time to clean up this TA.
I will leave a recommendation in the Cleanup topic area that this question is:
 - PAQ'd and pts removed
Please leave any comments here within the
next seven days.

PLEASE DO NOT ACCEPT THIS COMMENT AS AN ANSWER !

Nic;o)
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mhebertAuthor Commented:
It's still an issue...
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nico5038Commented:
Then I hope CJ_S has an additional comment for you.

I'm only "the cleaning boy" :-)

Nic;o)

BTW sometimes it does help to post a Q again to bring it to the attention of new experts.
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CJ_SCommented:
mhebert,
 You should have given a comment on my last one. Without that I assume that you abandoned your question and do not put any additional efforts in helping you.

Whether you access the html page through a webserver or through a local intranet environment should not matter. However, the .Net environment is more specific. It actually needs IIS to run. And since this is for an intranet I do suggest you to use a server instead of the file-protocol.

I will get back to your other question later today...

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nico5038Commented:
Hi CJ_S, I also ran into:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Q_20409606.html

Can we keep this TA as clean as possible, have already work enough <LOL>

Nic;o)
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CJ_SCommented:
Haven't seen it Nico due to months of No-EE-ing (finally the site is up and running). I couldn't bear with the downtimes and the slow pages.

Thanks!

CJ
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CJ_SCommented:
mhebert,
I hope I helped you some. Thank you for the A grade!

regards,
CJ
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nico5038Commented:
No thanks, just glad you're back :-)
Like it when I get feedback on my cleaning.
Getting only 1 or 2 comments after marking 100 Q's is only rewarding by seeing the number of outstanding Q's deminishing...

C U

Nic;o)
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