I'd like to ask you about any demo site or examples for ActiveX components working with Domino server, as I think ActiveX has more interactive ability than Web pages produced by Domino server.
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Any activeX component that is geared to the Web should work when called from or embedded within a page/form hosted on a Domino server. Since the ActiveX control is actually invoked and launched within the web browser, compatiblity is more with the browser than Domino.
As for the ActiveX controls that are stored on a page working with Domino directly (say, to store data back in the Domino data store when the data is generated from within the ActiveX control), I don't have any better sites to show you right now than www.lotus.com, notes.net, and searchDomino.com.
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