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Language: Active Server Pages (ASP)
Expertise: Beginner
Jun 10, 1999

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Use a Selfmade ActiveX-DLL on an ASP

Question:
I've made an ActiveX-DLL using VB6 with one public and several private functions. How can I use (and call) the public function from an Active Server Page??

Answer:
Invoke your dll and then call the function.

1. Register your dll on the machine where your web server is (use regsvr32 dllname)
2. In your asp page use the following code:

 
   Dim obj, someVar
   set obj = Server.CreateObject("DLL Class Name")
   someVar = obj.FunctionName()
   ...
   set obj = Nothing
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