hi,<BR><BR>u will have to register a component to use it. but if u r using visual basic to develop applications u can first run the vb app and check for whether its working properly or not. but i think if u r using vb with asp for web development then u should register to use it.<BR><BR>what exactly u want to do by using the dll without registering<BR><BR>ganesh
Thanks to you I now have the spell checking code uploaded on Brinkster, but it wont create the object because they dont have Word installed. I was thinking of uploading the object myself, and trying to link to it. An experienced developer once told me there was a way to link to com objects without them being registered.
Hi <BR><BR>The logic is that, ms-word should be present on the web server and need not be on the clients machine. so when u use asp and vbscript to create instance of it, it takes the registered instance of word from the server and not the client [ asp being server side ]. so i think u should not have any problems with it.<BR><BR>Brinkster is a webserver? then ms-word should be on it.<BR><BR>ganesh
Yes I understand that.<BR><BR>Yes Brinkster is a free ASP web server I have an account and web site on ( http://www.spectresoftware.co.uk ) . They must not have word installed, because I get this message:<BR><BR>Server object error 'ASP 0177 : 800401f3' <BR><BR>Server.CreateObject Failed <BR><BR>And when testing it on my LAN development server, the code works fine.