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Today I downloaded the Chart FX Client Server 5.0 control (I think that is

what I need). I have created a simple test cab with all of the correct

dlls and versions. However, my control fails to load unless I manually

register cfx4032.ocx on the client machine (cfx4032.ocx is in my .cab and

.inf files). Is this because am I using the trial version? Or do I need to

do something else to get cfx4032.ocx to automatically register itself (i.e.

a license file or something)?

Thanks,

Brian

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Like any OCX or COM DLL, Chart FX needs to be registered. No especial

installation is required if the control is used at run-time.

When you say you need to register it manually, do you mean you need to call

REGSVR32.EXE ? Are you using the component from within an EXE ? What

development tool are you using ?

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FP

Software FX, Inc.

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I'm using Visual Basic 5 and I'm creating an ActiveX control to load on a

web page. One of the controls within the activeX control is the Chart FX

Client Server control (cfx4032.ocx) among other activex controls

(infragistics grid control for example). I create a cab file and put all

of the required dlls and ocx in there (my ocx, vb runtime, etc... and

cfx4032.ocx).

However, my control doesn't load on the web pages unless I manually go the

the client machine and register cfx4032.ocx (using regsvr32.exe). I don't

need to register my control, or any of the other controls because they get

registered automatically though the cab install and .inf file.

cfx40232.ocx should register too but it doesn't and I'm thinking it has to

do some licensing or something.

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Brian

"SoftwareFX Support" <support@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

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> Like any OCX or COM DLL, Chart FX needs to be registered. No especial

> installation is required if the control is used at run-time.

>

> When you say you need to register it manually, do you mean you need to

call

> REGSVR32.EXE ? Are you using the component from within an EXE ? What

> development tool are you using ?

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX, Inc.

>

>

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