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Default How to access functions of Dll created in VC in VB

I have developed a Dll Using VC to access the Parallel Port of the Computer. It has only Two Function Inport(PortAddress) and OutPort( PortAddress, Data). these Funciton run on the VB Application very fine.

I want to develop the Web Site for this . FOr this Purpose I used the VB Scripting and made ASP Pages. There is a problem when I try to access the Functions of Dll. It gives me message Type Miss Match.


Please Help Me and tell me how my problem can be solved. Waiting your answers anxiously.

 
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I have developed a Dll Using VC to access the Parallel Port of the Computer. It has only Two Function Inport(PortAddress) and OutPort( PortAddress, Data). these Funciton run on the VB Application very fine.

I want to develop the Web Site for this . FOr this Purpose I used the VB Scripting and made ASP Pages. There is a problem when I try to access the Functions of Dll. It gives me message Type Miss Match.


Please Help Me and tell me how my problem can be solved. Waiting your answers anxiously

Rana
 
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I am facing the same problem, It happening that codes of ASP are not running between the vbScript Code. I have search it on various sites if you got answer that how to run the ASP code within the vbsrcipt or how to use the vbScript variable in ASP codes, please let me know.

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I am too facing the same problem.But in my case some times it runs fine and some times it throws Type miss match error.And the line number it is pointing to is not the line where DLL method is called but the line number where the Object is created using 'Server.CreateObject'.Please Share anything that you know about this.
Deeps

 
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I'm having the same problem.
Have you can solved it?
Could you send me a source code?

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