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Default Server.CreateObject Failed

Hello,
I am receiving this error when trying to create the RegEx object.
(Set regEx = Server.CreateObject("VBScript.RegExp"))
I understand that it may be possible that this component is not installed.
Where would I find this dll??
Is the name of the dll VBScript.RegExp??
How can I tell it is installed??

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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;;I am receiving this error
I can not see an error in your post

;;I understand that it may be possible that this component is not installed
What OS are you using, I beleive it's an object?

;;Where would I find this dll
You wont

;;Is the name of the dll VBScript.RegExp
No

A reference for the following may be found at:
http://www.winnetmag.com/WindowsScri...70/pg/2/2.html
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In VBScript 5.0 and later, the regular expression processor is a COM object called RegExp. As a result, the support for VBScript's regular expressions is language independent.

To use VBScript regular expressions, you need to create an instance of the RegExp object. One way is to use the New keyword in code such as

Set regexp = New RegExp

Another way is to use the CreateObject function with RegExp's programmatic identifier (ProgID) VBScript.RegExp in code such as

Set regexp = CreateObject("VBScript.RegExp")
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If you are validating an email address may I suggest using JScritp RE's. This is the one I use, it works a treat:

       email=document.addUser.eMail.value;
       var expression=/^([a-zA-Z0-9\-\._]+)@(([a-zA-Z0-9\-_]+\.)+)([a-z]{2,3})$/;
       if(!(expression.test(email)) )
       {
          alert("Please enter a valid email address");
          document.addUser.eMail.select();
          document.addUser.eMail.focus();
          return false;
       }



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try install Microsoft Windows Script http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

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