VSPrint8/Classic ASP

Originally Posted 19 April 2016, 4:08 pm EST

  • Originally Posted 19 April 2016, 4:08 pm EST

    Is it possible to use the VSPrinter/VSPDF controls from a Classic ASP web page?
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    Hi Rick,

    Yes, you can use VSView Classic controls on ASP web pages like any other ActiveX control. However please note that these controls have not been tested in .NET environment. You may want to refer to the following links for more information on this:
    http://our.componentone.com/groups/topic/vsprinter-in-asp/
    http://our.componentone.com/groups/topic/vsprinter-in-iis-6-0-windows-server-2003/
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/159923

    Thanks and Regards,
    Pragati Kaushik
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    Sorry for the delayed reply--I have been too busy with other things to do anything beyond follow those links.

    I did read them all and it's encouraging. However, I was unable to find the LPK Tool from the KB link or searching the MS website in general. Do you know if it's still available, or if there's another way to generate the file? MSDN mentions a file format, implying it's possible to build your own LPK file, but doesn't describe all the fields.
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    Hi Rick,

    You can download the tool from the link below:
    //gccontent.blob.core.windows.net/gccontent/blogs/legacy/c1/2012/08/LPKTool.zip

    Please refer the link below for more information on ActiveX licensing:
    http://our.componentone.com/2012/08/17/troubleshooting-activex-licensing/

    If you scroll down about half way, there is a section titled "Web Deployment & Adding license" that is relevant for what your trying to do.

    ~Pragati
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