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Changing from DLL to ASP

Posted on 2004-04-08
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I have been trying to change all my dll's to asp due to some requirement, but i cant seem to find a way to write the following code in asp.

Private Declare Function xcrypt Lib "xcrypt.dll" (strPassword As String, strSalt As String) As String

I have no idea where this dll originated and i tried to view it using dll viewer to see its components, but the following msg was received

"Class does not support Automation, does not support expected interface or file does not contain valid typelib information"
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Hi lamrh,

"XCrypt - encryption & decryption class wrapper" -> http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/XCrypt.asp (code & demo download included)

It looks like xcrypt is just a protocol, and the DLL is probably just a method to implement the protocol. The class wrapper should be able to attain the same results....in theory, of course!
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