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Old August 12th, 2003, 11:21 AM
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I run COM on Windows 2000 Server, SQL Server on Windows 2000 Pro. Same code work fine on old server (for a year) that have everything on it (OS, SQL). Now I put SQL on other server and I have been getting this error more than once a day.

Server object, ASP 0177 (0x80080008)
Object server is stopping when OLE service contacts it

And an error occured when it read this line:
Set obj = Server.CreateObject("MyCOM.MyClass")

Could anybody help please?
 
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Are you running any IIS Debug tools on your server?

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Hi Chintu,

No, I didn't run IIS Debug tools. How can I do it?

Please let me know,




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