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License install in active x (wodHttpDLX)

by jggutierrez, Saturday, July 18, 2020, 17:38 (28 days ago)

There is no documentation of how to place the license in my activex in delphi.

I have a valid developer license, but my end customers get a demo.

HELP.

License install in active x

by wodSupport, Saturday, July 18, 2020, 17:41 (28 days ago) @ jggutierrez

Hi.

I have to ask few questions. What component exactly are you using? Is it COM or OCX? What is exact name of the component class? Do you initialize it from the code, or using drag-and-drop?

Jasmine.

License install in active x

by jggutierrez, Saturday, July 18, 2020, 17:46 (28 days ago) @ wodSupport

Hi.

I have to ask few questions. What component exactly are you using? Is it COM or OCX? What is exact name of the component class? Do you initialize it from the code, or using drag-and-drop?

Jasmine.

i'am ussing OCX in delphi dev emviroment.

License install in active x

by jggutierrez, Saturday, July 18, 2020, 17:53 (28 days ago) @ jggutierrez

Hi.

I have to ask few questions. What component exactly are you using? Is it COM or OCX? What is exact name of the component class? Do you initialize it from the code, or using drag-and-drop?

Jasmine.


i'am ussing OCX in delphi dev emviroment.


a message appears in the client software that is not licensed and does not let you continue executing

License install in active x

by jggutierrez, Saturday, July 18, 2020, 17:55 (28 days ago) @ jggutierrez

Hi.

I have to ask few questions. What component exactly are you using? Is it COM or OCX? What is exact name of the component class? Do you initialize it from the code, or using drag-and-drop?

Jasmine.


i'am ussing OCX in delphi dev emviroment.

a message appears in the client software that is not licensed and does not let you continue executing

I have to install the demo version so that the client can work

on the other hand the license property does not exist in the component at design time

License install in active x

by wodSupport, Saturday, July 18, 2020, 18:56 (28 days ago) @ jggutierrez

Hi. So you're using wodHttpDLX OCX, and your class name it TwodHttpDLX. You're using drag and drop to initialize it from the code. Am I correct?

When you installed licensed product, did you reimport it into Delphi, or you used wrappers you created with the DEMO version?

Jasmine.

License install in active x

by jggutierrez, Saturday, July 18, 2020, 19:12 (28 days ago) @ wodSupport

Hi. So you're using wodHttpDLX OCX, and your class name it TwodHttpDLX. You're using drag and drop to initialize it from the code. Am I correct?

When you installed licensed product, did you reimport it into Delphi, or you used wrappers you created with the DEMO version?

Jasmine.

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License install in active x

by jggutierrez, Saturday, July 18, 2020, 19:12 (28 days ago) @ jggutierrez

Hi. So you're using wodHttpDLX OCX, and your class name it TwodHttpDLX. You're using drag and drop to initialize it from the code. Am I correct?

When you installed licensed product, did you reimport it into Delphi, or you used wrappers you created with the DEMO version?

Jasmine.

yes sir i did

License install in active x

by Jasmine, Saturday, July 18, 2020, 21:15 (28 days ago) @ jggutierrez

Hi.

Can you be more speicific? What exactly you did, from above questions? Reimporting is very importand. What is your class name?

Jasmine

License install in active x

by jggutierrez, Saturday, July 18, 2020, 22:09 (28 days ago) @ Jasmine

Hi.

Can you be more speicific? What exactly you did, from above questions? Reimporting is very importand. What is your class name?

Jasmine


unit wodHttpDLXLib_TLB;

// $Rev: 8291 $
// File generated on 18/07/2020 10:10:15 a.m. from Type Library described below.

// ************************************************************************ //
// Type Lib: C:\Windows\system32\wodHttp.ocx (1)
// LIBID: {888CB5C1-D2D1-44D7-A65A-A025AAC95417}
// LCID: 0
// Helpfile: C:\Windows\system32\wodHttp.chm
// HelpString: WeOnlyDo! COM Http DELUXE Client ActiveX Control
// DepndLst:
// (1) v2.0 stdole, (C:\Windows\system32\stdole2.tlb)
// Errors:

{$TYPEDADDRESS OFF} // Unit must be compiled without type-checked pointers.
{$WARN SYMBOL_PLATFORM OFF}
{$WRITEABLECONST ON}
{$VARPROPSETTER ON}
interface

uses Windows, ActiveX, Classes, Graphics, OleCtrls, OleServer, StdVCL, Variants;

const
// TypeLibrary Major and minor versions
wodHttpDLXLibMajorVersion = 1;
wodHttpDLXLibMinorVersion = 0;

LIBID_wodHttpDLXLib: TGUID = '{888CB5C1-D2D1-44D7-A65A-A025AAC95417}';

IID_IHttpHeader: TGUID = '{B663C104-210B-4538-BA03-F220CAC7D352}';
IID_IHttpHeaders: TGUID = '{DE5338AC-4EE6-46D6-A3FA-5C287E2662D4}';
IID_IHttpRequest: TGUID = '{0951B3B3-847A-4FD1-8672-F4868C2840B9}';
IID_IHttpRequestFormPost: TGUID = '{5E2ECF9D-03CD-4988-BE9B-A5378CB1AB86}';
IID_IHttpRequestFormUpload: TGUID = '{D298A673-0B11-4521-8357-8750468A347E}';
IID_IHttpCookies: TGUID = '{53FB2453-5EB8-4468-97BF-276C85674DE6}';
IID_IHttpCookie: TGUID = '{CAD871BF-C41D-42B5-B9F7-31B66AC8A030}';
IID_IHttpResponse: TGUID = '{DC7DC31E-07E5-40A0-9E6E-DC9D88339451}';
CLASS_HttpHeader: TGUID = '{6D37AB34-BEE4-4A51-B2D1-75BC30D709EA}';
CLASS_HttpHeaders: TGUID = '{7E007311-D6E8-4F15-8F8F-9C68D9319FE1}';
CLASS_HttpRequest: TGUID = '{E5401313-DD8E-404E-A2E3-F3A4385CC739}';
CLASS_HttpRequestFormPost: TGUID = '{64213FEF-C412-455C-A358-7C1225C92F19}';
CLASS_HttpRequestFormUpload: TGUID = '{1085B209-36F9-49F9-8320-D420495FD487}';
CLASS_HttpResponse: TGUID = '{6841A433-A4E8-4E02-B9DB-F9B8013B0B1C}';
DIID__IwodHttpDLXEvents: TGUID = '{0A6B11E2-7502-48B7-9887-AFBDA6420E4E}';
IID_ICertificate: TGUID = '{98D91670-2BF1-441C-8997-650087E9F3AA}';
IID_IwodHttpDLX: TGUID = '{D0E6DFC1-EA22-40ED-B714-5944A190B4FB}';
CLASS_wodHttpDLX: TGUID = '{A353B0AB-3DFD-44AD-AE21-0ADF6FAB1557}';
CLASS_wodHttpDLXPropPageGeneral: TGUID = '{59528A47-0BEB-4E29-A02B-40D65145C496}';
CLASS_wodHttpDLXPropPageProxy: TGUID = '{2E7B0916-ABB2-419D-9002-BD5F9AD2E1DC}';
CLASS_HttpCookie: TGUID = '{C375047E-3831-4D7D-AA76-73BB84E438EF}';
CLASS_HttpCookies: TGUID = '{83A32C78-2AE1-41B2-A3DC-D901F62EB279}';


Its the first lines of my unit imports activex componnents.

License install in active x

by wodSupport, Saturday, July 18, 2020, 22:20 (28 days ago) @ jggutierrez

Hi.

Ok, this is OCX. Did you import it *AFTER* you purchased licensed component?

If you try to run Delphi as Administrator when you make EXE, does it help?

Jasmine.

License install in active x

by jggutierrez, Saturday, July 18, 2020, 22:30 (28 days ago) @ wodSupport

Hi.

Ok, this is OCX. Did you import it *AFTER* you purchased licensed component?

If you try to run Delphi as Administrator when you make EXE, does it help?

Jasmine.

I did all my programming before with the demo component, I hoped that after buying and installing the full component I would only have to recompile my project.

License install in active x

by Jasmine, Saturday, July 18, 2020, 22:35 (28 days ago) @ jggutierrez

Please reimport wrappers with licensed version. Same thing you did with the DEMO. Then recompile. No need to change your code.

Jasmine

License install in active x

by Johnn, Sunday, July 19, 2020, 00:16 (28 days ago) @ Jasmine

Please reimport wrappers with licensed version. Same thing you did with the DEMO. Then recompile. No need to change your code.

Jasmine

I already did it and it doesn't work. Everything is fine in the development machine, but when I send it to production it shows a license message and does not allow the code to continue executing

License install in active x

by wodSupport, Sunday, July 19, 2020, 07:19 (27 days ago) @ Johnn

Hi.

You also tried to run Delphi as Administrator when you did import? And when you created the EXE?

Jasmine

License install in active x

by Johnn Gutierrez, Monday, July 20, 2020, 16:50 (26 days ago) @ wodSupport

Hi.

You also tried to run Delphi as Administrator when you did import? And when you created the EXE?

Jasmine


I have confirmed that my delphi always starts as administrator

License install in active x

by wodSupport, Monday, July 20, 2020, 16:51 (26 days ago) @ Johnn Gutierrez

Hi. What version of Delphi is that?

I see you sent email to our support, did you get reply? We can explain workaround as reply on that ticket.

Jasmine

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by Johnn Gutierrez, Monday, July 20, 2020, 16:58 (26 days ago) @ wodSupport

Hi. What version of Delphi is that?

I see you sent email to our support, did you get reply? We can explain workaround as reply on that ticket.

Jasmine

I am using delphi 2007

License install in active x

by wodSupport, Monday, July 20, 2020, 16:59 (26 days ago) @ Johnn Gutierrez

Hi.

I have to ask again - did you receive reply from our ticketing system? Can you please reply there?

Jasmine.

License install in active x

by Johnn Gutierrez, Monday, July 20, 2020, 17:00 (26 days ago) @ wodSupport

Hi.

I have to ask again - did you receive reply from our ticketing system? Can you please reply there?

Jasmine.


I have received all the answers and I have made all the recommendations

License install in active x

by wodSupport, Monday, July 20, 2020, 17:01 (26 days ago) @ Johnn Gutierrez

Hi.

Can you please reply there, that is what I am asking you last several replies here. I will write workaround but I cannot do it here.

Jasmine.

License install in active x

by Johnn Gutierrez, Monday, July 20, 2020, 17:05 (26 days ago) @ wodSupport

Hi.

Can you please reply there, that is what I am asking you last several replies here. I will write workaround but I cannot do it here.

Jasmine.

ok, sorry.

License install in active x

by Johnn Gutierrez, Monday, July 20, 2020, 16:53 (26 days ago) @ Johnn Gutierrez

Hi.

You also tried to run Delphi as Administrator when you did import? And when you created the EXE?

Jasmine

I have confirmed that my delphi always starts as administrator

if you give me an email I can send you the photographs or the video from the compilation of the component to the compilation of the exe and the start-up of the client.
I need to solve this or I will have to use other solutions.

License install in active x

by wodSupport, Monday, July 20, 2020, 16:54 (26 days ago) @ Johnn Gutierrez

No need to send anything, just confirm you have received reply from our ticketing system. We will paste explanation there.

Jasmine.