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User Defined Type in ASP

I am trying to replicate one of my VB codes to be used on our company's website. The code uses user defined type eg

Public Type CustomerPricing
    ProductCode As String
    Barcode As String
    ProductName As String
    ProductDescription As String
    CurrentStock As Long
    Price As Currency
    BreakQuantity1 As Long
    BreakPrice1 As Currency
    BreakQuantity2 As Long
    BreakPrice2 As Currency
    BreakQuantity3 As Long
    BreakPrice3 As Currency
    BreakQuantity4 As Long
    BreakPrice4 As Currency
    QCRequired As Boolean
    SalesUnit As String
    SalesUnitConversion As Long
    ExpiryDate As Date
    DueDate As Date
    EffectiveDate As Date
End Type

How can I replicate this type definition in ASP. Please do not give me ASP.NET solutions. Am purely after simple ASP solutions.

Thanks.
Public Type CustomerPricing
    ProductCode As String
    Barcode As String
    ProductName As String
    ProductDescription As String
    CurrentStock As Long
    Price As Currency
    BreakQuantity1 As Long
    BreakPrice1 As Currency
    BreakQuantity2 As Long
    BreakPrice2 As Currency
    BreakQuantity3 As Long
    BreakPrice3 As Currency
    BreakQuantity4 As Long
    BreakPrice4 As Currency
    QCRequired As Boolean
    SalesUnit As String
    SalesUnitConversion As Long
    ExpiryDate As Date
    DueDate As Date
    EffectiveDate As Date
End Type

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shankar_nr
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shankar_nr
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Ryan ChongCommented:
try use class, like:

test.asp:

<!-- #include file="myclass.asp"-->
<%
      Dim myCustPricing
      
      Set myCustPricing = New clsCustomerPricing
      
      myCustPricing.ProductCode = "A2914843"
      myCustPricing.BarCode = "7775222AFD"
      response.write myCustPricing.ProductCode & ": " & myCustPricing.BarCode
      
      set myCustPricing = Nothing
%>


myclass.asp:

<%
      Class clsCustomerPricing

      private cProductCode, cBarcode, cProductName, cProductDescription, cCurrentStock
      private cPrice, cBreakQuantity1, cBreakPrice1, cBreakQuantity2, cBreakPrice2, cBreakQuantity3, cBreakPrice3, cBreakQuantity4, cBreakPrice4
      private cQCRequired, cSalesUnit, cSalesUnitConversion, cExpiryDate, cDueDate, cEffectiveDate
      
      Public Property Let ProductCode(uProductCode)
            cProductCode = uProductCode
      End Property      
      Public Property Get ProductCode()
            ProductCode = cProductCode
      End Property
      
      Public Property Let Barcode(uBarcode)
            cBarcode = uBarcode
      End Property      
      Public Property Get Barcode()
            Barcode = cBarcode
      End Property

      
      private sub Class_Initialize()
            cProductCode = ""
            cBarcode = ""
            cProductName = ""
            '...
      end sub
 
      private sub Class_Terminate()
            
      end sub

End Class
%>


hope this helps
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shankar_nrAuthor Commented:
excellent. yeah that worked and guess will be the way i will go. thanks a lot Johor
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