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Message #1 by melody.siska@5... on Mon, 26 Jun 2000 19:41:50
What do you mean by my clients?

If you're in an intranet environment
you can go to all of the machines
and install the runtime-engine
(www.microsoft.com/scripting)
If you've got a win 2000 network
you could set it up so that it is
installed everywhere automatically.

If by clients you mean people that
come to you're website, you can't.
You can detect the scripting version
by using script on the client.
Just look up version in the documentation
that came with the scripting engine update.
If the client is using an older version
all you can do is ask them nicely if
they would like to update it for you,
but there is no way to make them or
do it automatically.

RUUD


-----Original Message-----
From: melody.siska
Sent: Wednesday, June 28, 2000 1:41 PM
To: How To
Subject: [proasp_howto] RE: Creating Classes in asp pages


I am pretty new to asp. Could you tell me how to set my client computers up
with the latest version of the scripting language?

Thanks!

On 06/28/00, "Ruud Voigt" wrote:
> the class end class wasn't added to
script untill recently. in order to
use it the client computer must have
the latest version on the scripting
language installed.

-----Original Message-----
From: melody.siska@5...
Sent: Monday, June 26, 2000 7:42 PM
To: How To
Subject: [proasp_howto] Creating Classes in asp pages


Does anyone know how to create classes in an asp page? I created 4 classes
using Class <blah....> End Class. It worked on my machine(which has my IIS
on it)but  when I connected to my IIS from another computer using my IP
address I got an error saying "Expected end of statement. Is there
anything
special that I need to do? By the way these classes are scripted client
side b/c I need to access them in my webpage at run-time. Also, is there
any way to use a dll and access it from client side script?
Thanks in advance,
Melody

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