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Activex controls with Java

 
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How can we use active x controls with Java ?

An example is appreciated

Thanks in advance
 
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Type your query in Google before typing it in JavaRanch. I can't vouch for any of the examples and I'd personally avoid using ActiveX with Java like a cliché.

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Examples vary depending on what type of ActiveX control (such as COM+ or UI controls) and which direction you want to communicate (Java-to-ActiveX, ActiveX-to-Java) as well as what tools you are using in conjunction with the ActiveX and Java (some Java Web Servers support ActiveX controls as Java objects).

I do agree that if you can avoid it, don't mix ActiveX (COM) with Java. I am having trouble getting my Java objects to act as COM objects and the Packager documentation that Sun provides is not very helpful.
 
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