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I've finally started migrating from the individual 9.4 ActiveX libraries to the monolithic 9.5 library, and everything is going well except for a couple of missing classes, namely CkData and CkDataArray. Have these been deprecated, or is this just an oversight?

asked Jul 08 '14 at 09:36

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Yes, these are deprecated.

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answered Jul 08 '14 at 10:33

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If you post how you might have been using them, then I can try to suggest an alternative..

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Thanks a lot for the offer, but I've just completed a search for CkData across all my source code, and it looks like I'm no longer using either object after all. I still had methods to hand those objects out as part of one of my shared helper libraries, but nothing is calling those methods.

(Jul 08 '14 at 13:59) jpbro ♦

Please do not kill off the ckData object. I use it in most of my project.

I am constantly uploading and downloading PDF files over FTP and HTTP. I find that using Ftp2.GetRemoteFileBinaryData, httprequest.LoadBodyFromBytes and Crypt2.HashStringENC with ckData is faster and uses less memory than with the 3rd party pdf objects I have. I prefer not to have to write of files to disk and continually re-read them.

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answered Jul 16 '14 at 20:38

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Erik, no need to worry. You can continue to use the CkData object contained within the ChilkatUtil.dll. The new single-DLL ActiveX won't conflict with it.

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answered Jul 16 '14 at 20:43

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That is what I am currently doing. Is there any way that you can put the documentation for ckData back online?

(Jul 16 '14 at 20:59) emartinson
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answered Jul 16 '14 at 21:07

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