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Error 6087 when running or creating a procedure with an ActiveX control

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TitleError 6087 when running or creating a procedure with an ActiveX control
URL NameP205
Article Number000140211
EnvironmentProduct: Progress, OpenEdge
Version: All supported versions
OS: All supported platforms
Other: ActiveX
Question/Problem Description
Getting error 6087 when trying to run or create a procedure that uses an ActiveX control
Specified ActiveX control is not registered or the .OCX file was moved from where it was registered. Error occurred in procedure: <procedure name> (6087)
The .OCX file is in the proper location
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
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The windows registry is unaware how to properly reference the .OCX file
Register the .OCX file:

        1. Go to Start > Run
        2. Enter the command "regsvr32 <full path to .OCX file>"
If a new software was install, it may have overwritten one of the DLL's with a newer version.

If this is true, please  contact the company that created the OCX to find out what DLL's are referenced by the OCX.
Last Modified Date1/3/2017 10:24 PM
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