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where should i place isapi server extension dll ?

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Dear Experts
where should i place my isapi server extension dll?
i placed it in scripts(virtual directory) directory of the default web site. i invoked the dll by

<form name=myform action="/scripts/mydll.dll?Default" method=post>
<input type=submit>
</form>

when i submit the form, i got following mesg as response

"The specified module could not be found"

can u please help me to overcome this problem?
thank u in advance
regards
subbaiah

 
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The error means that your DLL could not be found, or one of the DLLs that your extension is, in turn, dependent upon could not be loaded.

Depending on how you built the DLL, you'll need to install other DLLs on the target system.  You can use DUMPBIN or DEPENDS to determine the implicity dependencies your DLL has.

Remember that you shouldn't redistribute the debug builds of the MFC DLLs or the C Runtime DLLs to a production system.

Instructions and some licensing information for redistributing Visual C++ components are available in the REDISTRB.WRI file (in the REDISTRB directory) on your product CD.

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