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Thread: Impromptu - ASP - ActiveX Can't create object CognosImpromptu.Application

  1. #1
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    Impromptu - ASP - ActiveX Can't create object CognosImpromptu.Application

    Hi !

    I read a couple of articles without finding the solution ...
    I'm running a report from an ASP page :

    Sub Command1_Click()
    Dim objImpApp
    Dim objImpCat
    Dim objDB
    Dim Mois
    Dim Annee
    Dim Parameters

    Mois = Month(debut)
    Annee = Year(fin)
    Parameters = Mois &"|"&Annee

    Set objImpApp = CreateObject("CognosImpromptu.Application")
    objImpApp.Visible 1
    objImpApp.OpenCatalog "\\Virg\e-novacances.dev\dev\view\Impromptu\prod.cat","Auteur","", "nova","nf", 1
    Set objImpCat = objImpApp.ActiveCatalog
    Set objImpRep = objImpApp.OpenReport("\\Virg\e-novacances.dev\dev\view\Impromptu\absence" & ".imr",Parameters)
    Set objImpCat = Nothing
    Set objImpApp = Nothing
    End Sub

    This works fine if I visualize my asp page in Visual Interdev !
    But If I use Internet Explorer, I have the error :
    An activeX component can't create the object "CognosImpromptu.Application"

    Any idea ?
    JD
    Strasbourg
    FRance

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2002
    Posts
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    Before testing your control, you need to register it as design-time control. Building the control in Visual Basic doesn’t register your control automatically nor does it specify that it is a design-time control. Without proper registration, your control can be difficult to add to the Visual InterDev toolbox for testing.

    Register the component "CognosImpromptu.Application" in the system registry. You can use "Regsvr32" command to register the component.

    At a command prompt, type the following command:

    regsvr32 "physical path of the component"

    Or use MTS (in case you have a webserber IIS) to register the component.
    Vishal Gupta

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