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    michel counotte Guest

    Default Register dll on remote server

    How do register an dll (component) at my hosting. I have the permission to execute programs... <BR><BR>Thanx

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    S. Ahsan Ashja Guest

    Default RE: Register dll on remote server

    First Upload the .dll file through FTP and then use TelNet to connect to the remote Server. then execute regsvr32 and register that dll.

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    Dec 1969

    Default RE: Register dll on remote server

    If you want to do this on a remote server, you&#039ll need a remote administration program souch as Intel LANmanager, PCanywhere, Back Orifice or whatever.<BR><BR>1. Copy your DLL to your server. (i.e. to %SystemRoot%SYSTEM32<BR> MYDLL)<BR>2. Register the DLL with REGSVR32.EXE MyDLL.DLL (you can<BR> unregister the DLL with the -U cmdline parameter when you<BR> need to update your DLL - do not forget to do this before<BR> replacing the DLL!)<BR>3. Make a transaction package in MTS (Micro$oft Transaction<BR> Server) :<BR> Click the PLUS next to the server, right click on Packages<BR> Installed and choose New - Package.<BR>4. Type a nice name.<BR>5. Double click (or click the plus next to) the new package.<BR>6. Right click on Component; choose new - component.<BR>7. Choose &#039Component(s) that are already registered.<BR>8. You can now add your component by clicking it&#039s &#039friendly<BR> name&#039 (in other words: ProjectName.ClassName)<BR>9. Use the following ASP code to use your component:<BR><BR> &#060;!--SCRIPT LANGUAGE=VBS--&#062;<BR> &#060;%<BR> dim MyComponent<BR> SET MyComponent = Server.CreateObject<BR> (ProjectName.ClassName)<BR> MyComponent.SubOrFunctionName parameter(s)<BR> %&#062;<BR><BR> You can use RESPONSE as an object in your DLL to write<BR> back pages from your DLL:<BR><BR> MyComponent.SubWriteTheForm response<BR><BR> The sub:<BR><BR> public sub SubWriteTheForm (Response as Object)<BR><BR> Response.write "Hello?"<BR><BR> end sub<BR><BR>if this does not work, please mail me for sum hyperlinxx about<BR>this (and other) ASP-subjects (SPAM CAUSEZ DEATH)<BR><BR>

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    Ian Stallings Guest

    Default RE: Register dll on remote server

    If all you have is execute access on the web directory and ftp<BR>than I don&#039t think it will work correctly. This is good though-<BR>If anyone could register a dll then we&#039d be in big trouble.<BR><BR>If this isn&#039t what you mean then elaborate on the question<BR><BR>hth,<BR>ian

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