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VB wrapper for C functions

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We've been given a library of C functions that contain business logic / calculations that we need to
access from ASP-based web pages. Does anyone have any info on creating wrapper functions in VB that
we can call from our ASP pages? Sytax? Code samples?
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You need to create active x dll components that wrapps those c functions (which are inside others dll, right?).
What you really wrapp are those functions that you have to converst (inside ACtive x dll) in properties and method of the COM component.
Then, you can instantiate active x dll from ASP, with CreateObject function from scripts.
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Hi, if you need more help just ask.
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