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ActiveX(in VC++) to Java or AWT  RSS feed

 
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Hi,
I am trying to convert these static, dynamic
images in ActiveX to Java Swing or AWT. I have
developed my Application in Java Swing.
I have got mixed views on using Swing or AWT.
Any Suggestions or Information, Reading pointers
will help my work and make me sleep early!
 
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If you are not that worried about portability, I seem to remember some of the Java (really J++) stuff supplied by Microsoft has a way to display an ActiveX component in your application. I'm not 100% sure, though, since I've never really used J++. I seem to remember it from one of those "comparing Java and J++" type articles.

Also, you may be constrained to using AWT as opposed to Swing, because the ActiveX component displayer is almost certainly a heavy weight component, and would not mix well with Swing.
 
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