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This is because many ActiveX objects, including objects like "Scripting.FileSystemObject", and "Microsoft.XMLDOM", are not marked as being safe to be part of a web page. unable to create ActiveXObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") object ?... [Answered]RSS 5 replies Last post Aug 20, 2008 09:13 AM by NC01 ‹ Previous Thread|Next Thread › Print Share Twitter Facebook Email Shortcuts Active Threads Mountainering with 6 y.o. Can I get the ActiveXObject from it's GUID and not from it's name?

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function test(){ console.log("Starting the test"); try{ var fdswAPI = new ActiveXObject("FactSet.FactSet_API"); //console.log(fdswAPI); if (fdswAPI.IsOnline) { console.log("FactSet is already online."); return true; } else { console.log ("Everything's fine"); } } catch(e){ console.log(e.description); How do I call function MyPluginCommand() on Javascript? Please type your message and try again. Your plugin (.api) runs inside of acrobat, so when its ActiveX control is invoked in IE (etc.) then you will also be invoked (if you wish).

kid in winter Acetophenone reacted with LDA and diethyl carbonate. Below is my very simple test.I got a function on BasicPlugin.cpp under C:\Acrobat 9 SDK\Version 1\PluginSupport\Samples\BasicPlugin. Your methods in the plugin are inside of the app (which is wrapped by the ActiveX control). Code function getFileSystemObject() { // Avoid the warning dialog that will appear NetView // by getting Softimage to create the object for us var oXSIFactory = new ActiveXObject( 'XSI.Factory' ); var

Jul 25, 2008 03:15 AM|miazaidi|LINK Hi, I want to check file size using javascript, but I am getting error: Automation Server Can't create object I am using IE