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ActiveX blocked in MII

Hi All,

I have a RFC which generates PDF documents and save them in a shared folder.RFC returns me the path to open those PDF files

From front page I try to open the PDF files through shell programming .

I get the error "Automation Server Cant create the object"

Whereas when I try to execute same html page out of MII

I get the pop up

u201CTo help protect your security, IE has restricted web page from running scripts or Active X control u2026u201D

After clicking on Yes the pdf file opens

Why this is not possible through MII

Why I dont get a pop up for ActiveX control , can I do something for automatic ActiveX downloads . Active X is stopping automatic printing of pdf files also user has to go to files and configure printer whereas if ActiveX pop up could be handled then through shell programming I can handle automatic pdf printing.Please could you tell me how to avoid ACTIVE X.Is some installation is required?

But MII is not supporting creation of ActiveX object

Is there any work around.Please any help is appreciable

I have tried everything with IE settings by enabling every option, but that does not work

Thanks

Namita

Edited by: Namita Tripathi on Sep 15, 2008 8:39 AM

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  • Sep 16, 2008 at 02:34 AM

    Hi Namita,

    Are you by any chance running this from IE6 with the "Enhanced Security Configuration" enabled? This would be the default for IE running on Windows Server 2003?

    If not, what version of IE is this?

    Sascha

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    • Former Member

      Hi Sascha,

      I am using IE7.0

      But I have tried enabling all the Active X settings from IE settings

      If I keep it on my desktop it works fine giving me security alert for ACTIVE X but through MII it directly throws me error saying ACTIVE X object cannot be created. I am not able to post the code for shell programming

      Thanks

      Namita