VS would not allow me to build. You did not provide any relevant information on your solution and the problem. See more: C# Visual-Studio VS2010 ActiveX I use windows 8.1 , with VS2010 Express. I added the reference, but I was stuck as before. http://antonydupont.com/failed-to/failed-to-import-activex-control-and-how-to-fix-it.html
i really need ur help.. I've recreated the COM control from scratch in 2013 using a project type of MFC COM Control from the wizard. cais Wednesday, July 05, 2006 7:00 AM Reply | Quote 9 Sign in to vote Ok here is my Solution: After you add it to ToolBox, Drag and Drop it in Linux questions C# questions ASP.NET questions fabric questions SQL questions discussionsforums All Message Boards...
click Ok.. a+ Marked as answer by Martin_XieModerator Friday, April 02, 2010 11:48 AM Wednesday, July 19, 2006 12:33 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote After installing the new Flash Player LMI3D Website Technical Support Knowledgebase HexSight Failed to import ActiveX Control Sub Menu Knowledgebase Sections Search Knowledgebase Browse Knowledgebase RSS Feeds Article Data Article Ref 4635-WUIH-3748 Date Created Tue, 13th Aug
Please help, and avoid obvious answers like the "use regsvr32". not sure though.. activex VLC player local reference? If I then try to build the project, I get the following errors: .net com visual-studio-2013 activex share|improve this question asked May 29 '14 at 11:12 euantorano 6562921 add a comment|
Note: Internally the ocx control makes use of a C++ dll. Failed To Import Activex Control Visual Studio 2013 Do you need your password? Answer There is a problem with VS2010 and ActiveX controls. browse this site Now to be able to run you also need to ensure that the [Embed Interop Type] option on the [AGI.STKUtil] assembly is set to False.
I add the control to the Toolbox without any problem, but as soon as I drag the control onto the form, I get the following error: Failed to import the ActiveX Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 20-Apr-16 10:16am Do you want to misrepresent attribution of the software product? —SA Dave Kreskowiak 20-Apr-16 10:19am You don't. What is the problem? Please ensure it is properly registered." SYMPTOMS Error message when you drag and drop the ActiveX component to a form in Visual Studio 2005 shows up: "Failed to import the activex
This will also help to understand why the workarounds work... AxImp is used behind the scenes by the Visual Studio IDE to generate managed wrappers for our ActiveX controls. Failed To Import Activex Control Visual Studio 2012 Comments (3) 3 Comments » I have tried method 1 with no results. Failed To Import Activex Control Visual Studio 2015 i downloaded this component from adobe flash & then from choose items i browsed to the path of it.
click Ok.. What's next? If you cannot obtain a copy of these files, let me know and I will email them to ya. Please type your message and try again. mjsevern Level 1 (0 points) Q: Active X Controller Missing Hi there,I am trying to embed a QuickTime controller in a C#
The control has been built successfully (creating a .ocx file) and has been registered using regsvr32 xxx.ocx. Pain in a$$ if you ask me.. please ensure it is properly registered". 4- I started cmd as administrator and used Regsvr32 to unregister the Dll , then register it again. have a peek at these guys the full path, for instance: [C:\Program Files\AGI\STK 9\bin\Primary Interop Assemblies\AGI.STKUtil.Interop.dll]) specified by the PIA registration to find the location of dependent assemblies.
This config file basically tells AxImp where to find the AGI.STKUtil.Interop assembly. Monday, November 26, 2007 2:23 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Grattier,Your solution is working fine. VS2005 is local, but our code is on a server share drive, so my first thought was some kind of security settings was messed up, but I moved everything to a Coding standard for clarity: comment every line of code?