> And a correction... it has to be a COM object. <BR><BR>Technically, it has to be a COM object that implements the "automation" interface. Commonly called an ActiveX object (or a "server side ActiveX object" in some circles).<BR><BR>
To risky to run under IIS and makes it much more difficult to use effectively...<BR><BR>My DLL reference was a higher level to as not to confuse the poster. Clearly new to ASP if the COM automation interface isn't obvious.