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hi,
I am a newbie in components. I have to implement a COM Component for ASP applications.

I want to access the ASP intrinsic objects like Response, Request,etc. I have some tutorials regarding those and it states that i have to add some type libraries(1. Microsoft Active Server Pages Object Library, 2. Microsoft Transaction Server Type Library). I have the first one but i can't seem to find the second one. can someone point me to a right direction...? i have searched the net but i still have no luck...im using windows 2000 proffesional edition and VB 6.

thanks in advance
jerome
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If all you need are the ASP objects than there is no need for MTS.  By the way, COM+ replaced MTS.

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MTS Libraries are "Com+ Services Type Library" in Windows 2000. MTS was renamed Com+ Services with the release of Windows 2000.
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Cyclonik,

You have been here long enough to know not to post as an answer.  Please refrain from doing so in the future.

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Anthony
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im sorry for not replying promptly,
i have been out for a couple of days... (thanks to the thypoons coming in and out here)

cyclonic,
thanks for the information... its a great help but i need something else...

acperkins,
if i dont need MTS to access the asp intrinsic objects, may i ask how ?

im still open for any direction, or suggestions/ideas...
thanks
jerome
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Anthony Perkins earned 100 total points
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A couple of years ago there was a really good article on the subject in (what used to be called) VBPJ.  Here is the link:
Display Query Results from ASP
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnvbpj00/html/quer0001.asp
 
And here are a couple of additional articles that may be of interest:
Two ways to access ASP objects from within a component
http://www.vb2themax.com/Item.asp?PageID=TipBank&ID=218 

Compiling Components in Visual Basic for ASP  
http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/0300/Serving/print.asp

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thanks... anthony...
ill check them out asap...
jerome
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thanks anthony.... sorry for the delay though...
i appreciate the help a lot ....
jerome
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