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I have a client application written in C++/MFC.

I would like to make my application web based. Therefore one possible solution is wrapping the application as an activeX control.

If anyone has any useful links for me, advice, samples, etc.

Thanks.
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Thanks ambience for your comment.

I'm afraid i was looking for some more specific links.

I managed to find one link that helped alot:
     http://www.microsoft.com/mind/0497/mfc.asp
     {{ link updated / Dan ROlline / EE Page Editor }}

It shows how to design activex components with the MFC Document/View model.

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