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Old April 24th, 2006, 09:07 AM
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set objdll = server.CreateObject("PiccoDb.SearchFares") <---- THIS LINE
set objxmlReply = server.CreateObject("Microsoft.freethreadedXMLDOM")
Set objxmlReply = objdll.PiccoSearchQuery(objxml)
I get this error on the line above, does anyone know why this would be the case?

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Server object, ASP 0177 (0x800401F3)
Invalid class string 
/v2/asp/net_includes/net_fare1_search_db.asp, line 207

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I installed Visual Studio .NET this morning, now it seems to crash on my server.creatobject calls? Why would this be??

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Just a guesss; have you registered your .dll(s)

IMO not a question for the Classic ASP Beginners section

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Yes i used Start>Run>
'regsvr32 "C:\Program Files\Picco\picco.dll"'


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is anyone able to move this post to a more Advanced forum, maybe it would be better looked at there?

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FYI: I believe you should register your .dll inside the c:\windows\system32\inetsrv dir

I can never remember if its supposed to be inside the system31 or the inetsrv dir. I register them in both to be sure (have never had any troubles doing this)

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please tell me the solution , i have same error "Server object, ASP 0177 (0x800401F3) Invalid Class string" .... i did register my cdonts.dll but still having same problem , i m using windows XP ... what is the soluton for this? ... please help me


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Is this occuring on the .send line? if not what code do you have on the problematic line.

FYI: I believe most people are using CDOSYS in place of CDONTS now. The cdonts.dll is not included in MS latest OS and is no longer the suggested mail method. Ask google for 'CDONTS example code' loads of examples out there.

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I have the same issue -- on code which was working only a week ago -- apparently some program has been installed that has caused this to start failing -- any ideas?
Error Type:
Server object, ASP 0177 (0x800401F3)
Invalid class string

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One possibility is that the Visual Studio .NET install has also caused some IIS upgrades or patches to be installed that include SECURITY enhancements, and now your ASP app doesn't have the permissions to run the dll or access the directories you are attempting to use.

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