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How to simulate GetObject to IIS in C++

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Hi,
I need to translate this code to C++:

ADSIPath = "IIS:// & myServer & "/W3SVC/1/ROOT"
Set defaultSite = GetObject(ADSIPath)
Set vDir = defaultSite.Create("IISWebVirtualDir","test")
vDir.Path = "c:\testdir"
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Question by:galor
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One way would be to create a script and use ShellExecute, as in this example:

http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&selm=3908C4C9.69C51301%40yahoo.com

There is also some example .VBS and .JS code in your IIS SDK samples dir:

      C:\InetPub\iissamples\sdk\admin

I found some C++ examples in Google Groups, but I'm too tired to work through them.  I'll see if I can get to it tomorrow.  Here's one if you want to try it on your own:

http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=3909a21a.8069202%40newsgroups.borland.com&output=gplain

-- Dan

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by:arvi_sam
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Try using the IMoniker interface and using its GetObject method. That should solve your problem. Follow the link below on a short introduction to IMoniker

www.devx.com/premier/mgznarch/ vcdj/1997/jul97/moniker3.asp

-Arvind Shyamsundar
Brainbench MVP for Internet Security.
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hi galor,
Thanks for accepting.  Is that all of the help you need?  As I mentioned, my intention was to work through the samples and provide some clean functional code.  But if the question is answered, I'll move on to other things...

-- Dan
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