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hi

i have dll in dll i have 2 function 1 is a test function the work o.k.
i have a problem whit 2nd function:

this how i call to dll functions



Set AddNum=Server.CreateObject("pltTester.pltParser")
            
            Result=AddNum.pltProsess(5, 6)
            response.write(Result)
            response.Write("<br>")
            dim z
            z = "E:\PLTTest\1.plt"
            Result=AddNum.func2(z, x, y)

******************************************************************
this is the dll cod :

Dim x
Dim y
Dim fileName
Private Declare Function GetDimensions Lib "E:\PLTTest\PLTAnalyzerCom.dll" _
    (ByVal fileName As String, ByRef x As Long, ByRef y As Long) As Long

Public Function pltProsess(ByRef x As Long, ByRef y As Long) As Integer
    pltProsess = x + y
End Function


Public Function func2(ByVal fileName As String, ByRef x As Long, ByRef y As Long)
 
   
    Dim result
    result = GetDimensions(fileName, x, y)
 
   func2 = x + y
End Function

watt i get is

11 (from first function )

and from 2nd function

vbScript runtime error 800A000d
type mismatch: "func2"

func 2 in dll call to c++ dll that get filename and return return x , y


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by:Carl Tawn
ID: 34198663
Where are "x" and "y" coming from in your ASP code?
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by:EDDYKT
ID: 34199404
you need to print out the result

ie

Result=AddNum.pltProsess(5, 6)
            response.write(Result)
            response.Write("<br>")
            dim z
            z = "E:\PLTTest\1.plt"
            Result=AddNum.func2(z, x, y)
response.write(Result)
            response.Write("<br>")


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by:yairab
ID: 34203133
hi
my x,y are  defined in the function they are for the x,y that return from dll


EDDKT - i print all  the result if the  function in the dll getting beRef x as long and beRef y as long i get the error msg  vbScript runtime error 800A000d
type mismatch: "func2"

thanks
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by:EDDYKT
ID: 34204610
Try to redefine thi

Public Function func2(ByVal fileName As String, ByRef x As Long, ByRef y As Long)
to

Public Function func2(ByVal fileName As String, ByRef x As Vaiant, ByRef y As Variant)
 Dim result
dim x1 as long
dim y1 as long
x1 = clng(x)
y1 = clng(y)

    result = GetDimensions(fileName, x1, y1)
x
The reason when you call from asp, if you want to return x,y you need to return as variant

or

Public Function func2(ByVal fileName As String, ByVal x As Long, ByVal y As Long)

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by:yairab
ID: 34204977
hi
eddykt

yes i know that if do Public Function func2(ByVal fileName As String, ByVal x As Long, ByVal y As Long) i dont have asp error but for the c++ dll that cll from vb dll i must have beRef
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by:EDDYKT
ID: 34206859
if you don't return value for x and y, why not just use byval?
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by:yairab
ID: 34212871
sorry

i do return

i need to use x and y from vb dll
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EDDYKT earned 2000 total points
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then you may want to change to variant
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by:yairab
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thanks
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