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  1. #1
    Tim Tow, CPA MCSD Guest

    Win2000 component/second object instance fails

    I have an ASP app that uses two custom VB6 components: Object1 and Object2.
    Object1 is successfully created.. Object2 is then created by Object1.
    The creation of Object2 apparently fails.

    I wrote another ASP page to test Object2; when called 'standalone', it is
    instantiated with no problems.

    The application ran fine under Win98/PWS.. I believe I have a security
    issue... I tried placing IUSR_MACHINE into the Administrators group and
    still no luck..

    Where do I go next?

    Tim Tow, CPA MCSD
    Microsoft MVP - Excel
    Applied OLAP, Inc




  2. #2
    Don Wolthuis Guest

    Re: Win2000 component/second object instance fails


    Tim,

    What are the componants? ActiveX,DLL,EXE, and which creates which? What
    is the error that is returned?
    What are your application Protection settings set to, what about your execute
    permissions? Are these componants in MTS?

    Don


    "Tim Tow, CPA MCSD" <timtow@appliedolap.com> wrote:
    >I have an ASP app that uses two custom VB6 components: Object1 and Object2.
    >Object1 is successfully created.. Object2 is then created by Object1.
    >The creation of Object2 apparently fails.
    >
    >I wrote another ASP page to test Object2; when called 'standalone', it is
    >instantiated with no problems.
    >
    >The application ran fine under Win98/PWS.. I believe I have a security
    >issue... I tried placing IUSR_MACHINE into the Administrators group and
    >still no luck..
    >
    >Where do I go next?
    >
    >Tim Tow, CPA MCSD
    >Microsoft MVP - Excel
    >Applied OLAP, Inc
    >
    >
    >



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