You must follow these steps:
1. Make sure you have downloaded and installed the registered version of XUpload from here:
2. Make sure you have copied the registered version of the file XUpload.ocx from the installed
location (the default is Program Files\Persits Software\XUpload\Samples ) to the directory where your
HTML pages are referencing it with the <OBJECT> tag . Usually, the file XUpload.ocx is placed
in the same directory as the HTML files.
3. The client browser may have cached an old (evaluation) copy of XUpload
and is unaware that a new (registered) copy is available for downloading from the server.
Remove the old version of XUpload.ocx from the browser's cache.
In IE, go to Tools/Internet Options.../Setting/View Objects and remove
Persits Software XUpload from the list. If you now open
a page containing a reference to XUpload, the browser will
attempt to download a new version of xupload.ocx from the server, and install it.
If you have a large number of client machines, you may want to force a new download rather than
performing those steps manually on each machine. To force a new download, use the CODEBASE
attribute of the <OBJECT> tag as follows:
<OBJECT WIDTH=500 HEIGHT=200
The browser examines the #VERSION portion of the CODEBASE attribute
and if the currently installed version of XUpload is lower that the one specified
by #VERSION, a new version will be downloaded from the server
and installed over the old version. Make sure the #VERSION attribute always matches
the actual version of xupload.ocx (which can be obtained by examining the file's Properties
in Windows Explorer.)