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    difficulty creating an include file

    The appln which I am testing uses ActiveX controls.I want to create an include file for the same.When clicked on New button
    dialogbox appeared which showed the appln twice with option

    1.URL as full path for the appln and
    2.URL as DHTMLED1

    But when I selected second option I received an error message that
    *** Error: Window '[ATL:64E06140]*[1]' was not found


    Using Extension Enabler,I've checked off ActiveX and IE 5.

    [This message has been edited by rashmipires (edited 02-08-2001).]
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    Re: difficulty creating an include file

    Hi
    Check use files field in option/runtime.

    [This message has been edited by PalS (edited 02-08-2001).]

    [This message has been edited by PalS (edited 02-09-2001).]

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    Re: difficulty creating an include file

    But that was just an error message.
    Where do I add *?
    As I am not able to create an include file

    Thanx

    Rashmi-

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    Re: difficulty creating an include file

    Try creating a new include file. Choose File --> New, then, Include file from the dialog. Save the include file, then trying picking Record Window Declarations from the menu. Point the cursor at the window you want to capture, then press Ctrl-Alt. Paste the window declaration back to your include file. You can post part of the declarations to show the problems.

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    Re: difficulty creating an include file

    As I've mentioned earlier ,I am stuck at very first step of creating an include file as two options are given for the same appln.
    I am trying figure out the reason for showing same appln name twice.
    May be somebody can help me out.
    Thanx


    Rashmi-

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    Re: difficulty creating an include file

    I think you may have a default frame.inc defined in your setup. Try renaming frame.inc and then go to the runtime options and make sure no .INC files are referenced. Than try the whole process again. I'm doing this from home of the tope of my head, but it sounds like this will help.

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    Re: difficulty creating an include file

    Hi woodman,
    I removed the inc file which is set in runtime options.but still problem remains the same.When creating inc file I see two options for same appln one has full path for the appln and other one just says DHTMLED2

    Thanx
    Rashmi-

 

 

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