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Hi, I am trying to call a function of my dll , by the ActiveXObject my code works when i open the html file in IE (browser) but when i use that html file (for gadget development ) it return object error. here is the code for calling dll fuction
 
<script type ="text/javascript">
function myload()
{
try
{
    var myAx = new ActiveXObject("myadd.AddClass");
    var t = document.getElementById("text1");
    t.value = myAx.add(2,2);
 
}
catch(e)
{
var textbox = document.getElementById("text1");
    textbox.value = e;
}
}
</script>
 

 
Does ActiveXObject works in gadgets ? and if it does place point out my mistake .
Please also guide how to develop gadgets in C# using dll
Posted 11-Mar-13 20:20pm
Edited 18-Mar-13 1:48am
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 12-Mar-13 1:24am
   
Using ActiveX on client side is evil. Anyway, it won't be supported by all browsers and systems. You should not use it. We can discuss your problem if you describe your ultimate goal, without mentioning technical means of implementation.
—SA
muneebalikiyani at 12-Mar-13 1:30am
   
I want to develop gadget for windows 7 using html which should consume my own dll

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Solution 1

See these articles[^] for help on building gadgets.
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