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I want to create Applications like ActiveX Test Container in VC, but it is too complex, so I want to create it by own.

Who knows how to do this? Please give me some advice and information.

Updated 3-Nov-10 22:39pm
LittleYellowBird 4-Nov-10 4:41am    
Hi, I have tried to improve your question a little but I think it is still un-clear, what do you mean by 'create it by own'? Try to re-phrase your question so that people can easily understand it and you will get more useful answers. :)

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One fairly easy way to test an ActiveX control is via VBScript. Of course there's no UI there. If you want to test it out from a UI, one hack is to install a copy of Classic VB (VB 6 or earlier). Classic VB IDE is extremely useful as an Active X testing application. If you don't have Classic VB, just install Visual C# express and use COM interop to test the ActiveX out (it won't be as good as directly testing with Classic VB but it's pretty close).
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