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Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Installing activeX / media object into E1 JDE webclinet....

Required Internet Explorer ActiveX Options

If the following options still do not allow for the activeX control to install, then it may be an issue with the user / group profile in Windows.  Try creating a new user account in Windows with admin permissions and see if it can install.  

In the Internet Explorer options:

  1. Select the Security tab
  2. Highlight "Local Intranet"
  3. Select Custom Level.  ActiveX controls and plug-ins (should have the following settings)
    • Allow previously unused ActiveX controls to run without prompting - enable
    • Allow Scriplets - enable
    • Automatic prompting for ActiveX controls - enable
    • Binary and script behaviors - disable
    • Display video and animation on a webpage that does not use external media player - disable
    • Download signed activeX controls - enable (if using non-Windows admin change to Prompt to be certain to get the Windows admin login prompt)
    • Download unsigned activeX controls - disable
    • Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe for scripting - disable
    • Only allow approved domains to use activeX without prompting - disable
    • Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins - enable
    • Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting - enable
  4. After confirming the settings are correct, click OK > General tab > Click on Settings next to the Delete button > click on View Objects
  5. Right click or highlight and delete / remove any activeX controls that begin with jde. Will probably see two sets of files for ocx and inf (if file extensions are turned on).  
  6. Once these are removed, close the window 
  7. Click on View Files, if this folder has anything in it, do a Ctrl-A to select all and then delete
  8. Once these are removed, close the window
  9. click OK twice to get out of the Internet Options.
  10. Exit all IE browsers
  11. Launch a new browser
  12. Log into E1 and try again 
  13. If it still fails, try running with ‘Enable Protected Mode’ turned off and add the E1 URL to the Local Intranet Trusted Sites.  Restart the browser and try again.

If above failed,  pls try manually register ocx file as guided below :  (see attached for ocx file)

Manually Registering Files

For XE and ERP 8.0, the ActiveX controls are jdeexpimp.ocx and jdewebctls.ocx. For EnterpriseOne 8.9 the ActiveX controls are jdeexpimpU.ocx and jdewebctlsU.ocx. They are found in the webclient.war\axctls in the .cab files. You can extract the ocx files, distribute them, and use the DOS command "regsvr32" and the OCX file name to register the controls.  

If you are using a 64-bit version of Windows and get an error trying to register to system32, move the files to the C:\Windows\SysWOW64 and register them there and they will work correctly.

For example:
regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\jdeexpimp.ocx

For systems that will access both Xe/ERP 8.0 and E1 8.x/9.0, you should distribute and register both sets of OCX files.

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