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  • Overview
  • Finding out the properties, the methods, the events and the constants of an ActiveX
  • Checking an ActiveX and its features
  • Checking an ActiveX and its features
  • Modifying a property of an ActiveX
  • Notes
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WDXView : Use
Overview
This help page presents the different features of WDXView:
  • Find out the properties, methods, events and constants associated with an ActiveX.
  • Check an ActiveX and its features.
Finding out the properties, the methods, the events and the constants of an ActiveX
To display information about an ActiveX:
  1. Run WDXView
  2. Select an ActiveX in the "ActiveX" combo box. This combo box lists all the ActiveX controls found on the computer.
    Note: The search icon ( Search icon ) allows you to select the ActiveX via keywords.
    The information about the ActiveX is displayed.
  3. Choose the element whose description is requested. This element can correspond to:
    • a method,
    • an event,
    • a property,
    • a constant.
Notes:
  • The description of the ActiveX characteristics corresponds to the information supplied by the publisher. Depending on the ActiveX, this information can be more or less detailed.
  • An ActiveX does not necessarily include events, methods, properties or constants.
Checking an ActiveX and its features

Checking an ActiveX and its features

To check an ActiveX:
  1. In WDXView, select the requested ActiveX.
  2. Click the "Preview" button. The selected ActiveX is automatically run.
To test a method or an event of the selected ActiveX:
  • double-click the name of the method or event to test,
  • select "Run" from the popup menu of the method or event.
If the method expects parameters, a dialog box allows you to enter these parameters. If several parameters must be specified, these parameters must be separated by a semi-colon.

Modifying a property of an ActiveX

To modify a property of an ActiveX:
  • double-click the name of the property,
  • select "Modify" from the popup menu of the property.
Specify the new value of the property and validate.

Notes

Only the Int, Long, Short, Real, Double, Date, Boolean and String properties can be modified.
Only the functions with parameters and that return a result (Int, Long, Short, Real, Double, Date, Boolean and String) can be run.
Minimum required version
  • Version 9
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