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how do i use ASP to connect to the VB project? That's mean how can i use web page as a interface to connect to the VB Application that i have been write...hope can get an reply very soon...thanks

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by:sharmon
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What kind of application is your VB project?  Are you using forms, etc...or is this just code?  If it's just code you can rebuild your application as a dll.  You need to give a bit more details about exactly what your application does and how you want your web application to interface with it.
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actually my application is a system that can allow user to register, update info....etc, now i want to put my application on the web site
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Does your application include forms you need the user to interact with?
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yup...so how??
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what is the meaning of the  Error 0 x 80000080. this error detected when i'm running VB programming.
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what is the meaning of the  Error 0 x 80000080. this error detected when i'm running VB programming.
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dwalsarie earned 100 total points
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You can create an ActiveX DLL (COM component) to do this.
When you compile your project with the Class modules, you
can call it by doing this:

<%
 Dim myObj
 Set myObj = Server.CreateObject("Project1.Class1")
 
 myObj.MySub

 Response.Write myObj.MyFunction("hello world")

 Set myObj = Nothing
%>

Another approach would be writing a VB-CGI application.
This way, you do not need ASP anymore.
Instead, you program everything in VB and call a .EXE from the client side which is executed on the server.
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