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Old March 8th, 2005, 06:01 PM
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Default How to find source of component - DynGenUC?

I just inherited an ASP system. I am an experienced developer but new to ASP. Accordingly I purchased a couple of WROX books and now I am up and running.

unfortunately I hit a wall in trying to get this system working. Very early on the code includes the following line:

Set objLogin = Server.CreateObject("DynGenUC.CGeneric")

Obviously it using some third party object to handle user logins. My problem is that I was not given this library and have no idea whose product it is or how to get it. Does anyone have any ideas?

Thanks,
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Not sure myself - FYI I believe there is a Wrox books section in this forum.

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Never heard of it' It's probably a home grown component, so maybe the source is somewhere within your company....

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Unfortunately this system was written by a vertical market vendor who is now out of business. I have the source code, or at least some of it, but not any of the COM objects.

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