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asp_ecommerce thread: object context


Message #1 by "Ron Dunn" <rondunn@v...> on Mon, 12 Mar 2001 05:47:38 -0500
Hi there



Anyone been using IIS 5 yet



I am setup on 2000 advancedserver as a development platform and I am 

tring to compile the pipleline processor .dll and get this error 

(user-defined type not defined) the line which this occours is



Private m_objectContext As objectContext



anybody got any ideas?



worked OK in NT 4.0



Thanks in advanced

Ron Dunn

   

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Message #2 by "Ron Dunn" <rondunn@v...> on Mon, 12 Mar 2001 06:56:45 -0500
I didn't have that referenced correctly



Thanks

Ron



>  Have you got a reference set to the COM+ Services Type Library (as 

Windows

> 2000 uses COM+ rather than MTS)?

> 

> Ian B

> 

> 

> 

> -----Original Message-----

> From: Ron Dunn

> To: ASP ECommerce

> Sent: 3/12/01 10:47 AM

> Subject: [asp_ecommerce] object context

> 

> Hi there

> 

> Anyone been using IIS 5 yet

> 

> I am setup on 2000 advancedserver as a development platform and I am 

> tring to compile the pipleline processor .dll and get this error 

> (user-defined type not defined) the line which this occours is

> 

> Private m_objectContext As objectContext

> 

> anybody got any ideas?

> 

> worked OK in NT 4.0

> 

> Thanks in advanced

> Ron Dunn

>    

> -- 

> WebMail

> 
Message #3 by "vespo" <vespo@n...> on Tue, 13 Mar 2001 19:59:02 -0500
I had this same problem - it was working fine on my machine, but when I

moved it up to my host, I would just hang when the pages tried to start MTS.

Turns out my web host has me on Windows 2000, but I have NT on my machine.



Is there a way I can reference the Win2000 COM+ from an NT machine so I can

get this working on both?



Thanks in advance,

Vicki



-----Original Message-----

From: Ron Dunn [mailto:rondunn@v...]

Sent: Monday, March 12, 2001 6:57 AM

To: ASP ECommerce

Subject: [asp_ecommerce] RE: object context





I didn't have that referenced correctly



Thanks

Ron



>  Have you got a reference set to the COM+ Services Type Library (as

Windows

> 2000 uses COM+ rather than MTS)?

>

> Ian B

>

>

>

> -----Original Message-----

> From: Ron Dunn

> To: ASP ECommerce

> Sent: 3/12/01 10:47 AM

> Subject: [asp_ecommerce] object context

>

> Hi there

>

> Anyone been using IIS 5 yet

>

> I am setup on 2000 advancedserver as a development platform and I am

> tring to compile the pipleline processor .dll and get this error

> (user-defined type not defined) the line which this occours is

>

> Private m_objectContext As objectContext

>

> anybody got any ideas?

>

> worked OK in NT 4.0

>

> Thanks in advanced

> Ron Dunn

>

> --

> WebMail

>


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