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 How to remotely register DLLs Site: Stardeveloper 
This very important article describes in detail what you need to know to register / unregister ActiveX ( COM Component ) DLLs remotely using only plain ASP pages. Must read for all ASP developers. Everything has been explained in detail. Author: Ken Chia H. K. Code: ASP 3.0 & VBScript

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good one but still some more R &D can lead better    
Written by Dipesh panchal from India   (Monday, September 30, 2002)
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Strengths:   good article  
Weaknesses:   more R &D Reqd for the remote server boot  
Details:   there are some way to remove DLL to work in the process space of IIS and move it to the process space of the MTS or COM+ so it will be out of process for the IIS so no need to restart the IIS every time when there is is a change in DLL for the same project name and all. A person can just stop the MTS /COM+ service and replace the DLL and immediately new DLL working can be started without restarting the IIS and affecting the Other site on the IIS, if u want more info or if any better approach is available then contact me on my mail ID
Review Based On:   1 Hour(s) of usage  

Written by Anonymous User (#1378-187) from Oxford, UK   (Tuesday, August 13, 2002)
Strengths:   well written, code actually works !  
Weaknesses:   none  
Details:   been wanting to do this for ages, never thought it was possible. well done ! a top article and a top site
Review Based On:   using demo only  

Now this is NICE    
Written by Anonymous User (#1356-107) from Carrollton, GA   (Thursday, June 20, 2002)
Strengths:   no comment  
Weaknesses:   no comment  
Details:   THIS is just what I need to do testing on my remote server. I have been looking for all sorts of ways to make this work. Simple, to the point!

This code doesnt work for windows 2000    
Written by Anonymous User (#1201-180) from New Delhi, India   (Wednesday, June 19, 2002)
Strengths:   no comment  
Weaknesses:   no comment  
Details:   I tried on Windows 98 and NT versions, it works well but when the same is run on windows 2000 it shows the succeeded message but doesnot make entries in the registry

Truly Important Article    
Written by Anonymous User (#1519-179) from Lahore, Pakistan   (Saturday, June 15, 2002)
Strengths:   no comment  
Weaknesses:   no comment  
Details:   I am the chief author and webmaster at I must say that although I have received many useful articles by many authors, none seemed to touch my heart as this one. Not only it covers a very important topic, but has been written with great style making it easy to learn the technique even for novices. Great work Ken!




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