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Is it possible to call a DLL from a ASP?
If so, how can I do that?

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Yes, you can. Make a ActiveX DLL in VB5.0(or may be in VC++) with required functionality. Register the DLL in your server. Then you can instantiate the object using Server.CreateObject("your.Object") as you do with ADO for example. You can call methods of it also in the similar way.
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