sap scripting API not found access 2013 reference

I'm trying to find the lib reference for access 2013 for SAPGUI.  
In tool-reference I need the SAP scripting API and it says to look for the Sapfewse.ocx file
in the program/sap folder , but its not there and I can't find a download link anywhere.
I'm wondering if it was replaced by another api !  
I tried on the SAP site and can't find it there either.

Any suggestions as to where to get it .

Thanks

Pete
Peter GrovesAsked:
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
are you using sapgui 750?
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
.net versions of the ocx
  - saprotwr.dll : ROT Wrapper
       - sapfewse.ocx : Controls library
   

https://www.nuget.org/packages/SAP.GUI.Scripting.net/
 you may want to use the output from the scripting tracker
https://blogs.sap.com/2014/11/20/scripting-tracker-development-tool-for-sap-gui-scripting/
the ocx should be located @ C:\program files(x86)\sap\frontend\sapgui\sapfewse.ocx
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
An ocx file is an ActiveX control, which is typically dropped onto a Form or Report. After doing this, Access will make a reference. To do that, open the form in Design view, click the select the downarrow on the right of the controls collection (on the Form Design Tools > Design tab), and select ActiveX controls. You'll see a listing of all the Activex controls on your machine.

Note too that many (if not nearly ALL) ocx files are NOT compatible with Access. Unless the creator of that ocx file has explicitly stated that it works in Access, you may have issues with it.
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Peter GrovesAuthor Commented:
Hi ,

 I downloaded and installed the nuget.exe packages from the downloads section and still don't see where the SAPFEWSE.OCX is!

Which file do I use?  Just started looking into SAP scripting yesterday !


Thanks

Pete
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
NuGet is generally used with Visual Studio to add references and controls to your VS project. What platform are you working with?
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Peter GrovesAuthor Commented:
Access 2013 VBA

One of the suggested refernces is the SAPGUI SCRIPTING API the uses the SAPFEWSE.OCX file that I can't locate!

I was wondering if there was a newer version to use such as SAPGUI LSAPI 1.0 type library or the sapguiservices 1.0 type library.


Pete
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
Do you have the SAP frontend installed on your development machine?
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Peter GrovesAuthor Commented:
Scripting is enabled if that is what you mean!

Pete
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
Have you or have you not installed SAPGUI?
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Peter GrovesAuthor Commented:
I do not have control of the SAP system , but I contacted someone else who uses scripting on the same systems with the same user priviledge as me.  If I click on the record marco, I end up with VB scripts I can add,modify and run! So I assume its installed!

Pete
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Peter GrovesAuthor Commented:
I downloaded a ran the nuget.exe package on my work computer and it did add the sapfewse.ocx .  I thought you meant if I loaded SAPGUI on my SAP production machine!

So great!

Thanks


Pete
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Peter GrovesAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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