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Production requirements to host ASP.NET web service which uses VB 6.0 COM Components

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Hello,

I have developed a asp.net web service which uses com interoperability
and is working fine in my machine. How do I move this to Production
server which just has IIS5.0 and has no dotnet framework.

What are the basic requirements for the Production Server to host my
web service and will just copying and pasting my web service directory
as IIS virtual directory will do the task? The server already has my
COM DLLs and serves ASP pages which use my COM DLLs.

Many Thanks for your kind help.

Rav

Oct 19 '06 #1
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Hi Rav,

First of all, you need to install the .NET runtime on that server. After
that, you can simply copy and paste as you said. (The folder containing the
assemblies must have the interop assembly generated to consume your COM, it
is usually there, but check that just in case).

Regards,
Pablo.
<ra***************@gmail.comwrote in message
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Hello,

I have developed a asp.net web service which uses com interoperability
and is working fine in my machine. How do I move this to Production
server which just has IIS5.0 and has no dotnet framework.

What are the basic requirements for the Production Server to host my
web service and will just copying and pasting my web service directory
as IIS virtual directory will do the task? The server already has my
COM DLLs and serves ASP pages which use my COM DLLs.

Many Thanks for your kind help.

Rav

Oct 19 '06 #2

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Many Thanks, Pablo!

Pablo Cibraro [MVP] wrote:
Hi Rav,

First of all, you need to install the .NET runtime on that server. After
that, you can simply copy and paste as you said. (The folder containing the
assemblies must have the interop assembly generated to consume your COM, it
is usually there, but check that just in case).

Regards,
Pablo.
<ra***************@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11*********************@m7g2000cwm.googlegrou ps.com...
Hello,

I have developed a asp.net web service which uses com interoperability
and is working fine in my machine. How do I move this to Production
server which just has IIS5.0 and has no dotnet framework.

What are the basic requirements for the Production Server to host my
web service and will just copying and pasting my web service directory
as IIS virtual directory will do the task? The server already has my
COM DLLs and serves ASP pages which use my COM DLLs.

Many Thanks for your kind help.

Rav
Oct 20 '06 #3

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