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Default ASP.NET COM Wrapper for Web Service

I have a VB.NET class library that I expose as COM. The VB.NET class calls a webservice. I'm trying to migrate from the SOAP Toolkit 3.0 to using .NET.

I've successful entered the assembly into the register using regasm /tlb:<tlb-file> <assembly-file>
I also added the assembly to the GAC successful. gacutil -i <assembly-file>

When I try to call the code from a classic ASP page, I'm able to create the object, but an exception is thrown saying:
File or assembly name ijjfo-sx.dll, or one of its dependencies, was not found.

The assembly name not found changes everytime I run the ASP page.

Any suggestions?


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