COM doesn't need outside help from the WSH to be instanced. By COM's nature, anybody, anywhere, at anytime can call it by any language (in theory).<BR><BR>ASP will allow you to instance a COM .EXE, but not by default... there's some meta setting you have to set (the name escapes me, but it's similar to what I've posted) to allow it.
RE: Sorry for bringing this topic on board again b
Sorry for bringing this on board again.<BR><BR>I am in sorry for keep asking this<BR>here is my question right now I am starting the Build Phase and now I wanted to work on my machine.<BR><BR>How to call COM exe when the COM Exe is in the same system as the Web Server<BR><BR>Should I call like<BR>set objExe = Server.CreateObject(xx.yy)<BR><BR>and when this file is in the production the COM Exe will be in the Application server that is different from the Web Server then how will I call this. <BR><BR>Your help regarding this will be greatly appreciated.<BR><BR>I would apprecaite if some can tell me some sites or give me some examples.<BR><BR>Your help in this regards will be greatly appreciated.<BR><BR>Thanks<BR>-Venky<BR>