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DCOM UnRegister/Register a VB ActiveX exe

DCOM UnRegister/Register a VB ActiveX exe

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1). Help Unregistering
I need some help unregistering and ActiveX exe from DCOM. I registered it this way:
    > vbWrapper -RegServer
I checked the dcomcnfg and I can see the ProgID in the list. I can click the properties and see the location of the ActiveX exe. Now... how do I get it out? I tried:
   > vbWrapper -RegServer
and it's still there?
Is hacking the registry the only way?

2). Help Registering
As far as I know you can register and VB ActiveX exe with the command:
  > VBwrapper -RegServer.
Is this all there is to registering object? What about registering the class? I am working with and application that gives me: class not registered yet I can see it when I view the dcomconf list?

Ideas?

RE: DCOM UnRegister/Register a VB ActiveX exe

How did you register the A-X EXE. please clarify .."vbWrapper -RegServer" gives me no ideas
IS your A-X server in a remote machine?????

RE: DCOM UnRegister/Register a VB ActiveX exe

Hi,

    I have placed a control in a form and I have applied the properties to the control. I have got another form on which the same control is placed. But When I apply changes on the control in the first form.. I want to assign the same changes in the second form without repeating the code of same property assignements.

for eg: In Delphi if I have got 2 edit box on a form, and I have button. On button click, every property and events applied to the first edit box will be applied to the second by writing the following code,
    Edit2:=Edit1
Just assiging the first control to second

Expecting your reply.

Thanks & Regards
Swaminath

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