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Connecting JSP with COM component in IIS server

Anonymous
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Joined: Nov 22, 2008
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I have COM component in the form of .dll file that contains some methods. I have to call those methods from my JSP file through IIS server. My JSP file is in wwwroot directory. Where to put that .dll file and how to invoke methods which are available in that com component. I registered that component in MTS server but my jsp file not able to connect that component. Please any body reply to this.
My mail id: bbsrao@yahoo.com
with regards,
Subbarao.,
Hyderabad.
Thanks in advance.
Neha Gupta
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Joined: Dec 04, 2000
Posts: 9
Well Bop' ,

I have used MTS with VB, and you need to give the Reference to the COM component. In JSP , whichever editor you are using, you can check if you can give any reference to the COM.Once registered with MTS, your COM becomes DCOM, so you just have to set the reference.
Hope this helps.


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I am moving this thread to Servlets and JSP forum.


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