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    Posted: 12 March 2009 at 4:39am
Hello,
I have made one application in VB.Net
In that i have used some ocx controls and Dll which will work perfect in VB
but when i am going to use the properties from that dll that is giving me error that the run time error 406 non-modal forms can not be displayed in this host application from an activex dll.
My code is like that
Private Sub btnAnalysis_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnAnalysis.Click

AxEcgTrend1.PerformAnalysis(AxEcgTrend1.SelectedLead)
AxEcgTrend1.AnalyzeAllLeads(True)

End Sub

This will give me error.
Its urgent. please anyone can help for that.
i cant make change in dll.
So in my application what should i write for that?
Thanks in adv.
Thanks.
Gopi
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Hi,
 
you can try the MSDN website http://msdn.microsoft.com or Google search, you will probably find the answer you are looking for there.
 
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