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Old June 5th, 2005, 07:35 AM
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Hi,

We have a lot of word templates and we need to automate on the intranet. Would it be advisable for me to use asp to automate that. Wont that be a problem when around 1000 people use at the same time. If you guys know of any technology which can automate such things, let me know. Thank you.
 
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can you be a bit more detailed in what you mean by automate ? do you want to do something like http://www.greggriffiths.org/webdev/both/excel/ ?
 
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You may want to look at Microsoft Sharepoint - it may well be a very rapid way of doing what you need. Difficult to say without more information though

 
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Hi,

 i am having problem with word automation. it is working fine in the local but it is not working in the terminal server.i am using word2003 professional and terminal server contains word 2003 standard. please anyone help.
Option Explicit
    Private mwrdApp As Word.Application 'Holds Word instance


    Private Sub Class_Initialize ()
      Set mwrdApp = New Word.Application 'Create Word instance
    End Sub


    Private Sub Class_Terminate ()
      mwrdApp.Quit 'Kill Word instance
      Set mwrdApp = Nothing 'Kill reference
    End Sub


    Public Function GetWord () As Word.Application
      Set GetWord = mwrdApp 'Return Word instance
    End Function


  Compile DLL.


ASP Code:
  Put in directory with scripting permissions under IIS 4.0:
    <%
    Set WordServer = Server.CreateObject("Test.WordServer")
    Set Word = WordServer.GetWord 'Get Word instance
    Set Document = Word.Documents.Add 'Create new document
    Document.Close 'Close document
    Response.Write ("Word created & closed document successfully.")
    %>




Thanks,
Kalees





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