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DCOM UnRegister/Register a VB ActiveX exe

DCOM UnRegister/Register a VB ActiveX exe

DCOM UnRegister/Register a VB ActiveX exe

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?


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


    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,
Just assiging the first control to second

Expecting your reply.

Thanks & Regards

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