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Proble with web snap for delphi 6

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Hi,
I have a web app i wrote using the new feature call web snap. It runs fine on my computer. but when I run on the web server I getr this message "Internal Application Error
Object factory for class TWebResponseWrapper missing" now I compile it to include all libs but NG
can any one help?  
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by:Epsylon
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Naming some versions would help. Server, Webserver..?
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by:colonna_mike
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Hi, I'm running
     server: win 2000 advance server.
 Web server: IIS 5.0 server pack 1.
 
Delphi 6 enterprise:
The program complie as a isapi dll
thanks again....
MIke Colonna
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Epsylon earned 300 total points
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I don't have Delphi 6, so I did a search on Google (search string: Delphi TWebResponseWrapper missing) and found this thread:

http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&safe=off&th=f6861db818bab154,12&start=10&ic=1


There seems to be a bug with websnap, but I think that message 11 concerns your problem. I'm not sure though. Here's a quote:

"I had a brief moment to look further at this, the problem lies in the
registry/IIS setup.

If i change the anonymous account used for the websnap virtual directory
from IUSR_machine to the account used to register the Delphi .TLB files then
it all works."


Also read the rest of that thread.
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by:colonna_mike
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Thanks,
I start looking in to permission....

MIke Colonna
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by:Epsylon
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It would be better to check it first before grading...

Thanks anyway.
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by:colonna_mike
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I did it gave me the direction I need to go

thanks again....


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