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Specified Activex Control Is Not Registered Or The .ocx File Was Moved From Where It Was Registered.(6087)

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Specified Activex Control Is Not Registered Or The .ocx File Was Moved From Where It Was Registered.(6087)

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Hi Friends,

In order to resolve this issue, I am trying to register .OCX files, but I can't find these below .ocx files either in SYSWOW64 OR System32 location. I am using OE 11.4 with Windows 8.1 OS. I assume these .OCX files comes with windows OS. Could someone pls suggest on this? - Thanks.

CtrlImageList
CtrlSplitV
CtrlTreeView
CtrlListView

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  • Are those the ones that come in mscomctl? That is shipped with older versions of office but not newer ones. You can copy the file from a machine of the right bitness that has office installed.

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  • Thanks James, I will check this out, Surprisingly I am able to run successfully using 10.2BB version on the same machine.

  • Do the two installs of progress have the same bitness?

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  • Thankes James. 64 bit Windows 8.1 OS -10.2B(prowin32.exe) is 32 Bit whereas 11.4(prowin.exe) is 64 bit.


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    Do the two installs of progress have the same bitness?

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  • If these are the Microsoft Common Controls, Microsoft doesn't provide a 64-bit version that can be used with the 64-bit OpenEdge. They only provide 32-bit versions, which only work with 32-bit OpenEdge.

    See alss knowledgebase.progress.com/.../000044633

  • These controls are 32bit and will never run with OE 64bit. We had the same issue with the MS Common Controls. You may want to try the codejock controls instead. They come with a 32 and a 64bit version. www.codejock.com. If you have your controls inside adm2 containers then the change would be quite easy. If not - good luck :-)