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Help: .NET application configuration

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Ted
I have written two almost identical applications:
(a) .NET C# console application which calls an ActiveX object (accessible
using blah.exe)
(b) ASP.NET C# application which calls an ActiveX object (accessible using
http://localhost/blah.aspx)

In both applications, my ActiveX object is instantiated with no problems and
calls to methods within it do not fail. However, in the ASP.NET application,
the calls to the methods do not perform the operation. The method mentioned
talks to a USB device.

My understanding is that both use the RCW method to access the ActiveX
object.

For the ASP.NET application, the webform UI/buttons come up fine.

However, my questions is do I have to enable anything from the ASP.NET side
to allow proper access to the RCW or related ActiveX object?

I have also left a question on the .NET general page - unfortunately, with
no reply yet.

Ted
Jul 22 '05 #1
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Ted wrote on 08 dec 2004 in microsoft.public.inetserver.asp.general:
However, my questions is do I have to enable anything from the ASP.NET


Sorry, this NG is classic ASP only.

Please ask a dotnet group

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Evertjan.
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Jul 22 '05 #2

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