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  1. #1
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    Dec 1969

    Default reg/unreg when to do

    Let's say I make a COM object and register it on the server and my website is using it just fine for 2 weeks. Then I need to make a change. Before I copy over the dll file from my local machine, must I first unregister it, do the netstop thing, copy it over, the re-register it? Or can I just copy the DLL over?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default to be safer...

    when u need to register the new version of ur dll follow the following steps..<BR><BR>1.compile ur new dll in the local machine and keep it ready.<BR>2.stop the LIVE website which is using ur old version of COM.U should have set the application protection settings to highly isolated for the COM object to run smoothly.<BR>3.use regsvr32 /u dllname and unregister ur old dll.<BR> will be much better as per microsoft specs to have ur dll in the inetsrv directory under system32.<BR>5.Delete the old dll from inetsrv.<BR>6.paste the new dll in inetsrv<BR>7.register the new dll now.<BR>8.Start the website.<BR><BR>cool...

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