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Getting Started

1. What do you get with wodWebServer component?

No matter if you are using trial/evaluation or licensed version, you get all needed files without any restrictions. Trial version will display nag screens each few minutes.

2. What does the installation of wodWebServer component include?

  • wodWebD.DLL COM object (x86)
  • wodWebD.OCX ActiveX Control (x86)
  • wodCertificate.DLL COM object (x86)
  • wodWebD64.DLL COM object (x64)
  • wodWebD64.OCX ActiveX Control (x64)
  • wodCertificate64.DLL COM object (x64)
  • wodWebD.CHM helpfile
  • wodWebD.PDF printable manual
  • wodCertificate.CHM helpfile
  • wodCertificate.PDF printable manual
  • License Agreement
  • Release notes
Sample files:
  • Source code samples written in Visual Basic 6 (for ActiveX)
  • Source code samples written in Visual Basic 6 (for COM object)
  • Source code samples written in Visual C++ MFC
  • Source code samples written in VBS
  • Source code samples written in VB.NET
  • Source code samples written in Delphi 6
  • Source code samples written in ASP

3. Compatibility with development tools

wodWebServer has been tested and works with all major Windows development languages, including:
  • MS Visual Basic 5/6
  • MS Visual C++ 2008 and up
  • MS Visual InterDev
  • MS Office Access
  • MS FoxPro
  • Borland Delphi
  • Borland C++ Builder
  • PowerBuilder 7 and up
  • ASP
  • VBS

4. Upgrading from previous version

In most cases, you will only need to replace DLL or OCX with new version. In rare cases, you might need to remove wodWebServer from your project, install the upgrade, and then put wodWebServer back to your project. This is needed when newer wodWebServer contains new properties, and tries to persist them in property bag. Since previous version does not have enough information in it's existing property bag, error may occur.

5. How and what do I need to distribute my product with wodWebServer?

Please refer to 'Technical and distribution information'.