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Response object in Visual Basic DLL running under MTS

Posted on 2001-06-07
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Hi everyone.
I need to make a reference to response object in VB DLL running under MTS. All kind of response.write I would like to impliment in  VB DLL. Once I am done I would like to send the content of response object into the ASP page.
Any Idea.
Anu little code will be very valuable
Thank You
Nesifa
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by:morgan_peat
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The old way to do it was to have 2 routines:
OnStartPage()
OnEndPage()
in your VB class.

This has been superceeded (sp?) by the MTS object context.

Have a look at:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/periodic/period98/vb.htm
"Creating Internet Applications with Visual Basic"
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Start by adding the following references to your Visual Basic ActiveX DLL project:

Microsoft Transaction Server Type Library (MTXAS.DLL)
Microsoft Active Server Pages Object Library (ASP.DLL)

Use the following code sample to access the ASP Response object within your component as an object variable called aspResponse:

    Dim aspResponse As ASPTypeLibrary.Response
    Set aspResponse = MTxAS.GetObjectContext.Item("Response")
    aspResponse.Write "Hello, world!"
    Set aspResponse = Nothing

Run the project. (You don't need to compile it to a DLL or register it with MTS.) Instantiate the object from VBScript using Server.CreateObject("Project.Class") and call the resulting object's method.

(Under Windows 2000 change the Reference to Microsoft Transaction Server Type Library [MTXAS.DLL] to COM+ Services Type Library [IASHLPR.DLL] and change "MTxAS" in the code sample to "COMSVCSLib".)

Note that the aspResponse object inside the Visual Basic component *IS* the ASP Response object. Using this technique delivers access to all the ASP Response object's properties and methods from within the VB component.

And you can even access all other ASP objects in exactly the same way.
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by:nesifa
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Very good answer
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