WebClass Runtime error

I'm using VB to create a web class.
On one machine it works fine,
on another I get a:

WebClass Runtime error '800a9c4a'

An unspecified error has occurred

/Project1/WDI.ASP, line 14

which is the call to my web class:

Application("~WC~WebClassManager").ProcessNoStateWebClass "Project1.WDI", _
            Server, _
            Application, _
            Session, _
            Request, _
            Response
%>

The project does work when I compile it into
a DLL and regsvr32 it.  But that's a tough way
to debug an application :)

Does anybody have any idea?  I can't even find a reference to that error number anywhere.  That would at least get me started...



thx,
-David

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dpinkusAuthor Commented:
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robbertCommented:
You're calling the proc Application("~WC~WebClassManager").ProcessNoStateWebClass, so look in global.asa what Application("~WC~WebClassManager") actually means, and then go further, i.e., comparing registry keys or if files exist.

That your app is working as a DLL does not say anything, because there's no need to call the WebClassManager.
Probably, VB6 isn't installed on the machine AND you did not deploy your app correctly.
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dpinkusAuthor Commented:
VB6 is installed and I did deploy it correctly, and believe it or a not, a reboot fixed it.  Should have tried that first.  Oh well, c'est la vie.  

Thanks, I'll give you the points for at least taking the time to answer this...
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