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COM+ permission denied message box

Posted on 2003-10-31
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i have a vb dll hosted in COM+.

I have set up role based security on COM+.

When a user trys to connect to the dll and they are not in the relevant group.

A message is generated to the client - "Permission Denied"


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What i want to know is:

Can i Customise this message and the message box title?


thanks
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Question by:MrKevorkian
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by:cero
ID: 9660355
Hi MrKevorkian,

The simplest method to personalize the message is:
1. Create a error handler (in the client of the component)
2. in the handler test if the err.number is 70 (permission denied), if this is the case
use a personalized message.




Private Sub Command1_Click()
    Dim obj As Object
    On Error GoTo errh
   
    Set obj = CreateObject("proyecto1.class1")
    obj.DemoMethod
 
    Set obj = Nothing
   
    Exit Sub
errh:
    MsgBox Err.Number & " " & "My personalized message"
End Sub


regards,
cero
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by:AzraSound
ID: 9660411
I don't think this is an error you can handle in your component as the system has determined rights prior to launching the component.  This is a system generic prompt and I don't know of a way to change it.
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cero earned 100 total points
ID: 9660485
AzraSound is right, you can't handle this in the component, but as I mention in my previous comment, you have to do that in the client of the component.

cero.
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