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    How can I use OpenGL in ATL?

    Hello.

    I have questions.
    If you know about that, please let me know.

    When I made components using ATL in the Visual C++ enviroment,I tried to use OpenGL. If I test this components in the ActiveX
    Control Test Container(As you know, Microsoft Visual Studios TOOLS),
    I didn't meet the errors. My components
    worked in the ActiveX Control Test Container.

    But If I use components in the Webpage(OBJECT ID=..something like that),
    I meet the erros and I can't see anything on the IE.(My components doesn't work properly
    on the Webbrowser)

    Could you tell me how to use OpenGL in the ATL ?

    Thanks.

    I would like to your reply. Please answer me.
    Have a nice day.

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    Re: How can I use OpenGL in ATL?

    first: what kind of errors are being passed back?

    and two: how are you running this application - via a server side component within an asp environment (for example)?

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    Re: How can I use OpenGL in ATL?

    Originally posted by dallas:
    first: what kind of errors are being passed back?

    and two: how are you running this application - via a server side component within an asp environment (for example)?
    Thanks you for your responding.
    I am going to make a client side component.
    I mean, If somebody have this component,
    they can use this as a client side component.
    After they constructed this component, they can call the method and then display it.
    You know what I am saying?

    Have a nice day.

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