I tried creating an instance of an object using the following
var myobj = New ActiveXObject("MyDll.thisobject") and it failed
var myobj = New ActiveXObject("clsID:3e456789jfjh822334") and it failed
<object classID="clsID:3e456789jfjh822334" id=myobj></object>
Why does the first way of instancing the object fail and why did the second work? BTW The first method of instancing worked on a different laptop.
I thought that the object tag is to embed visual controls into HTML and then manipulate but the preferred way of instancing a non visual COM object was using the New syntax.
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