VB DLL In ASP??

Hai all,
      I have creaed a dll in VB.
      Project Name : MyProj
      Class ModuleName : MyClass
 
      That Dll contains a function
      Public Function MyFunction(sName As String, tName As String) As Integer
On Error GoTo err1
    Dim data_Line As String
    Open (sName) For Input As #1
    Open (tName) For Output As #2
    Do Until EOF(1)
        Line Input #1, data_Line
        Write #2, data_Line
    Loop
    Close #1
    Close #2
    MyFunction = 1
    Exit Function
err1:
    MyFunction = 0
End Function


     Dll Name  : MyDll


      I registered MyDll.dll in Server using  regsvr32 command.

    I have created an ASP file In that file I used the following code...

Dim myObj
Set myObj = Server.CreateObject("MyProj.MyClass")
if myObj.MyFunction("c:\test.txt","d:\test_copy.txt")=1 then
      Response.write("Success")
else
      Response.write("Error")
end if
set myobj=nothing

this gets hanged....  in the browser

If I create another VB Exe Project and in that If I refer the dll and write the coding as

Dim myObj AS Object
Set myObj = CreateObject("MyProj.MyClass")
if myObj.MyFunction("c:\test.txt","d:\test_copy.txt")=1 then
      MsgBox "Success"
else
      MsgBox "Error"
end if
set myobj=nothing

and If I run this then I am getting the messagebox Success.

I am unable to trace the porblem. Can any one help me to solve this problem...

Thanks
Narayanaswamy
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NarayanaswamyAuthor Commented:
Do I need to set any Extra properties to the class or project

To work in ASP

Narayanaswamy
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Thandava VallepalliCommented:
Hello,

This is permission problem. Follow the procedure to overcome this problem.

In windows explorer select your source folder and destination folder (here they are C and  D drives).   And right click and select properties of those directories.  then select 'Security' tab.  Remove Everyone item from Name list box(If at all exists).   Press Add button   select  'IUSR_<Your Machine Name>' user.  give full control to the selected user.  Now run the asp program.


All the best,
V.Thandava Krishna.
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Thandava VallepalliCommented:
Hello,

still don't understand follow this link....


http://www.aspemporium.com/aspEmporium/tutorials/permdenied.asp

All the best,
V.Thandava Krishna.
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NarayanaswamyAuthor Commented:
Thanks  V.Thandava Krishna

I will now try that

Narayanaswamy
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NarayanaswamyAuthor Commented:
Hallo  V.Thandava Krishna,

 It worked when I created a new Virtual Directory In  IIS

Narayanaswamy
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NarayanaswamyAuthor Commented:
Hello  V.Thandava Krishna,

 It worked when I created a new Virtual Directory In  IIS

Narayanaswamy
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7of9121098Commented:
Your problem looks like its in IIS/ASP side because you are trying to output
a text file to the d: drive, IIS will not let you do that, security reasons. Try creating the output file to the c: drive. Lets see what happens....
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