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Hello Friends.
I am working with a  barcode reader. I have checked its working with VB using the mscomm32.ocx. But I want to use it in one of my web application in asp pages. The web application opens a history for me but the data of the system is fed manually by typing. This should be through barcode reader now. Please help me by suggesting the approach I should take. Will it work if I make a dll in vb and use it with asp? I am not sure how the oncomm event of mscomm would be handled. Please help.

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Perhaps this will get you in the right direction:

http://www.asna.com/tip_24.asp

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Well, again, this is a situation where I have given some help and there was no response or feedback to my solutions as to whether or not they helped. Since I obiously can't get the points based on the recommedation, then I accept whatever you decide.

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