Web runtime object interface

The Web runtime's object interface consists of the following methods and properties. Some are bi-directional (B), some are write only (W), and others are read only (R). The component also has a default property (D).

Note: Using the object interface is optional. The <OBJECT> tag exposes the same properties (but not methods). The object interface is available for the advanced user who prefers scripting and wishes to use the available methods. However, please be aware that support for specific scripting languages and their implementations should be obtained from the appropriate vendor.


AcuIsActive R
AcuExecute R
AcuShutDownAx     R
AcuGetLastError R
AboutBox R


AcuParam1 W
AcuParam3 W
AcuParam4 W
AcuParam5 W
AcuParam6 W
AcuParam7 W
AcuParam8 W
AcuParam9 W
AcuParam10 W
AcuParam11 W
AcuParam12 W
AcuParam13 W
AcuParam14 W
AcuOptions B
AcuEmbedded     B
AcuShowLogo B
AcuProgram B


The following sections describe the methods and properties for the Web thin client control. Each method or property name is listed, followed by the type of the input parameter. (The type is shown in parentheses.) Finally, the input value and the output value (returned value) are shown, with acceptable values indicated in square brackets "[ ]". Empty brackets indicate that the value is not limited, or takes no input.

Examples of limited values include Booleans, which can be only "True" or "False". The output of the AcuIsActive method uses this limited value.

You will notice that the syntax examples in the following sections refer to "AcuThinAX". This refers to the HTML object ID assignment of the Web thin client control given in the <OBJECT> tag. For example:

<object classid="clsid:087C768D-64C1-4AC1-845D-4589B4B2C24E"
ID="AcuThinAX" width="251" height="144">