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How to pass Dictionary Object from .NET Serviced Component to classic ASP page?

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I need to use .NET serviced component to create a dictionary object and pass it to my classic ASP page. So, I used COM Interop to add a reference to Microsoft Scripting Runtime.

But during the build process, I got the error message "Assembly generation failed -- Reference assembly 'Interop.Scripting' does not have a strong name."

Does anybody know how to fix this problem so that I can pass back Scripting.Dictionary object from my Serviced component back to my classic ASP page?

Thanks a lot.
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Question by:BruceCheng
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Its a known issue.

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=313666

Check this.

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