I have developed an ActiveX control in VB. I wanted to use this in a ASP page so i have
packaged it and have deployed it on the server. I tested the component in my ASP page and
it was working fine. The testing was done on 2 m/c. One was where the component was developed
and the other was different m/c.
Now, today I wanted to do some changes in my code and so I worked on the component again.
After the changes it was again packaged and deployed on the server. Now again the testing
was done on the same 2 m/c. THE NEW CHANGES WERE REFLECTED ON THE M/C ON WHICH IT WAS
DEVELOPED BUT NOT ON THE OTHER.
Also when I tested the component for the first time it prompted me to dnload the component
on both the m/c where the ASP page was run. But now after the changes it doesnt prompt me
for dnloading the component.
I tried running the ASP page after deleting all my cookies, temp internet files and also
the history files.
Could anyone tell me where I am going wrong or missing out something ?
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