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I have big trouble, I have a site that use com objects to get information to the site.
now to the problem when several users at the same time accessing this com object the data sometimes get mixed up with eachother.
the site works like something like this:
create com object
 com.sendindata("blabla")
 response.write(com.getdata(101191))
close com object

the indata is correct but the outdata is sometimes
mixed up with someone elses! why?
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I'm willing to bet that your com object was not compiled with the Single-Use option, so, multiple people will be accessing the same instance of the com object (it may even be an executable file?) in any event, you should look at the code for it, because it is likely that it is placing things in Global variables which could be shared by mulitple clients.

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