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Posted on 2004-09-27
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Hello Friends,

         I have done a simple voice recognition program in VB. My goal is to embed that program into a web page. I have converted the program into ocx[Since I have GUI program]. I think I would use ASP. My question is

     1) If I use asp, Can the ocx control what I have placed  manipulate some contents in asp page?
         i.e  If I give any number thru my Voice recognition program(OCX) in asp, then some link in the asp has to be selected.
       
       Simply I want to know how to get the output of the Activex components in to ASP.

     Since I am new to ASP, I don't know whether the coding has to be done in the VB Program or in ASP side.

     Please suggest me. what I have to do? and give me some materials reg ASP...

D.M
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Hello DM,

please target the actual problem u have or solution u need.

If any clent access that page that ocx must be register on that machin otherwise its not run fine, else clear the solution u want.

Amit
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