Re: ActiveX events not firing in WTL app

"Igor Tandetnik" <>
Thu, 19 Apr 2007 12:21:12 -0400
NickP <> wrote:

Finally, check that the TLB is actually registered - look in the
registry under HKLM\TypeLib\{Your LIBID}\{Version}\0\win32 . The
default value should contain full path to the TLB file, or to a DLL
or EXE that contain this TLB as a resource.

Okay I found the entry in the registry and the default path is to the
OCX file which is in the same path as the tlb file, is this correct?

Well, the fact that the TLB is in the same directory is irrelevant: the
registry points to the OCX, so the OCX should have a copy of the TLB
stored in its resources. You can verify it by opening the OCX file in
Resource Editor in Visual Studio (go to File | Open, select the file,
and click on the small down arrow next to Open With button). There
should be a resource type named TYPELIB, and under it a resource with
the id of 1.
With best wishes,
    Igor Tandetnik

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