how to manually install oracle jd edwards active x

January 9, 2009 | By voidzzz | Filed in: How-To, Software.

oracle JD Edwards comes with two activex control for internet explorer which are :

  1. jdeexpimpU.cab / jdeexpimp.cab : active x control for export / import
  2. jdewebctlsU.cab / jdewebctls.cab : active x control for media object

if you come here by search engine then you’re most likely have problem installing it and want to know the manual way to install it. Well, you just come to the right place … here’s how to manually install JD Edwards active x control.

  1. Find the cab files under your web server directory. Usually it’s under /axctls/ folder
  2. Copy the file to your local disk and extract it. There should be two files for each .cab file which are .inf and .ocx file. You will only need .OCX file. Do it for both cab files.
  3. Copy all .OCX file to your clients local disk under %windir%\Downloaded Program Files
  4. run the following command to register the active x :
    regsvr32 "%windir%\Downloaded Program Files\jdeexpimpU.ocx"
    regsvr32 "%windir%\Downloaded Program Files\jdewebctlsU.ocx"
  5. That’s all what you need to do …


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    5 comments on “how to manually install oracle jd edwards active x

    1. Remcoh says:

      activeX met JDE

    2. Tracey says:

      Excellent post. I was checking constantly this blog and I am impressed!
      Very useful information particularly the last part :) I
      care for such information much. I was looking for
      this particular info for a very long time. Thank you and best of luck.

    3. Roger says:

      It is required to copy the files to %windir%\Downloaded Program Files ?

    4. Roger says:

      And how i can control if it is installed?

      In the install/uninstall control system isn’t there no ActiveX entries

    5. Roger says:

      Hello,

      this doenst work for us.

      When we do this steps then we get again the uac prompt for installing the active x. But now it fails to install.

      With a pc where we didn’t installed with regsvr32 the active x we dont get this error.

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