I have Activex-1 from an imaging software and I created Activex-2 which uses Activex-1 to scan images using a browser.
Im using the HTML <object> tag to open my Activex-2 in a browser.
My Activex-2 only runs if the client browser has the imaging software installed. I can write an HTML code to download and register Activex-1 to the client browser so that my Activex-2 will run properly but it is against the license agreement of my imaging software.
Is there a way to compile my Activex-2 to make it independent(no need to install/distribute the imaging software's activex to the client browser )?
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