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To DLL do I have to make a reference to,to write COM objects that includes Response, Request object?

Jun 8th, 2002 20:03
Wes DeMoney, Miroslav Beranic,


I think what you are saying is, you are wanting to write COM using VB 
(I guess), and you want to be able to use Response and Request. If this 
is the case, you do need to make a reference to something 
mentioning "ASP 3.0" or something of the sort.
Now, it your code would be cleaner and more organized if you separated 
your ASP code and your COM code, by leaving the Response/Request/other 
ASP commands out of your COM DLL and handling it in ASP instead. You 
can pass data back and forth using VB Public Functions and Public 
Properties.



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