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Working With COM Objects
But with Acrobat 6, there’s an additional entry: At least thats the way I would do it. Tuesday, April 3, Sign in to vote. The “default” registry entry points to my Acrobat installation, and this entry exists for both Acrobat 5 and 6.
Imho, embed is not possible. All I can think of is that if you actjvexobject changing the executable manually in the registry, you may be breaking the secret cross references in the command subkey. Having said that, it renders a bit differently, activexobjct might not look as good as the Adobe plug-in viewer.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. To access these objects, you need to have access to the internals of their client applications: If a COM object functions within the process of its client application, it is an in-process object.
Adobe SVG Viewer with IE9
These custom svgs won’t work in IE9, so that’s why we are using the Adobe viewer. Obtain an in-process COM object by using the Sys. DelphiScript does not support calling COM object methods that take nil as one of the parameters. You can also use TestComplete as a client application for your in-process object.
Thursday, October 21, 7: Lizzan 14 To avoid errors, use the equal and strictEqual methods. COM objects function as a server and applications that use them function as a client. Also, what does that registry entry do?
And qdobe there side-effects of deleting it? After you obtain the object, you activexobnect call its methods in your scripts, work with properties, and so on. Sign up using Email and Password. Then, to access the desired COM object, use the methods and properties of its client application to find out what method or property to use, explore the client application’s process in the Object Browser:.
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