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HOWTO handle events of an ActiveX Control with ASP

Posted on 2002-06-21
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Hi!

HOW to handle the event of my ActiveX Control I using on my ASP page.
The event is "ClickOK" with no parameters.
I'm not interested in use timeout to monitoring some estate of my ActiveX control.

thanks!
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Question by:jussara
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by:rpai
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by:jussara
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That article describes how to Enable and not how to catch (handle) the event inside a ASP web page.
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by:Richie_Simonetti
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could you describe a situation?
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by:jussara
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My Activex Control have a Button.
When then button is clicked the activex control raise the event ClickOK:

RaiseEvent ClickOK

This ActiveX control is embedded inside an html page.

How can I get ClickOK Even. ASP, JavaScript VBScript?

thanks.
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samopal earned 50 total points
ID: 7099665
<OBJECT id=MyActiveXControl classid=...>
.....
</OBJECT>

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE=javascript FOR=MyActiveXControl EVENT=ClickOK>
<!--
 Do_smth()
//-->
</SCRIPT>


HTH
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