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How do I create an user-defined asp object and use it ?

Any tutorials URL or samples ?
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khurshidCommented:
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weiyee08Author Commented:
khurshid,

any particular page in those URL ?
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hongjunCommented:
>>create an user-defined asp object

Are you trying to create something like an ActiveX so that you can do something like this?
Set objConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")


If that's the case, I recommend you use Visual Basic to create those dll.

1. Run Visual Basic

2. Choose ActiveX DLL as your project.

3. You may change the name of the project and the class file.

4. Type the below simple example to Class1.
Option Explicit

Private m_intNum1 As Integer
Private m_intNum2 As Integer

Public Property Let LetNum1(intNum1 As Integer)
    m_intNum1 = intNum1
End Property

Public Property Get GetNum1() As Integer
    GetNum1 = m_intNum1
End Property

Public Property Let LetNum2(intNum2 As Integer)
    m_intnum2 = intNum2
End Property

Public Property Get GetNum2() As Integer
    GetNum2 = m_intnum2
End Property

Public Function Add() As Integer
    Add = m_intNum1 + m_intnum2
End Function

5. Save the project.

6. Click File->Make Project1.dll. Project1.dll is created and registered in your registry.

7. Close the project.

Now code this in ASP
<%
Dim objAdd

Set objAdd = Server.CreateObject("Project1.Class1")
objAdd.LetNum1 = 1
objAdd.LetNum2 = 2
Response.Write objAdd.Add

Set objAdd = Nothing
%>

Your object is created! To make more complicated objects, you got to read Visual Basic books on ActiveX DLL.


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hongjunCommented:
I notice that questions posted by you are all of very little points.

hongjun
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weiyee08Author Commented:
hongjun,

I am a new member in experts-exchange and I am taking some caution to
give points.
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weiyee08Author Commented:
hongjun,

How can I get server variable like SCRIPT_NAME in an ActiveX project,
so I don't have to get it in ASP and pass it to ActiveX Dll for processing.
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weiyee08Author Commented:
hongjun,

I got it, I know how to user Response and Request objects
in VB DLL.
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weiyee08Author Commented:
Hongjun,

I would like to edit my dll, so I typed :

regsvr32 /u test.dll, and I got this error :

 LoadLibrary("test.dll") failed
 GetLastError returns 0x00000485
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anupkaradeCommented:
There is another way..
Instead of writing a dll you can write
the class in asp page itself..
along with the methods
and include the file on the page where you need it..
If you want a code I can supply it too...
By using this I have made a tree- type side menu

                       
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weiyee08Author Commented:
anupkarade,

I prefer dll, because it run fastser
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hongjunCommented:
I will be back tomorrow.

hongjun
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khurshidCommented:
If you have VB then select IIS application as your project. It allows you to create a dll and also supports dhtml/html documents to be incorporated with it while also providing support for server object.
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hongjunCommented:
7 days has passed and I recommend a delete.

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NetminderCommented:
Per recommendation, points refunded and question closed.

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