Hello, I search how to use an activex Control (created by .net) in processBook?
Regarding creating ActiveX Controls in .NET. Perhaps you can refer to the first part of this link over here as a guide.
Exposing Windows Forms Controls as ActiveX controls - CodeProject
You can insert ActiveX controls by clicking the "Control" button on the tool bar as shown below. This will show you a list of controls that you can use.
for information on how to insert an ActiveX control into processbook, there is a You tube video available at:
OSIsoft: Using ActiveX controls in ProcessBook.. v1.3 - YouTube
I don't see my activex.
My question is: your activex is builded in .NET or not ?
ActiveX controls are normally made by third parties such as Microsoft and not by us. And there are also several ActiveX controls present in the list. Therefore, may I know which one you are talking about?
I want to build my own activeX.
I Think Processbook need OCX extension but I am not sure if I have an other issue.
If you do not see the active X control icon in your drawing toolbar, you can go to "View">"Toolbar". Switch to "Commands" tab and look for "Drawing Toolbar". From there, simply hold and drag the Active X control icon (in red circle) into the Drawing toolbar on the display.
Hope it helps!
ActiveX control often do not display when you are in Build Mode. To find the control, switch to Run mode.
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