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Install TJetEngine in Delphi 2006

Posted on 2007-04-01
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Component | Import Component then select ActiveX
Then...... Can't set any JetEngine in the list
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did you register your ActiveX with regsvr32?
btw. if your component is still missing on list you can hit button and select ActiveX
from open dialog

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by:wildzero
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eh?
explain the steps....
i got it in Delphi 7, so it must be registered...
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by:ziolko
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i got my D2006 at work so i can describe steps tomorrow:)
but from what i remeber when you display window with list of
ActiveX components there's button in right-bottom corner of form
ziolko.
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by:wildzero
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Yeap which says 'Add'
Then what do you do with the dialog :-)
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by:ziolko
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select your .dll or .ocx file with ActiveX component that you want to install
then proceed as with normal ActiveX installation

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