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Default VBScript runtime error '800a000d' on DLL hit

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Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a000d' 

Type mismatch: 'objPicco.SearchQuery' 

/v112/asp/net/search_db.asp, line 178
I am getting that error on my ASP page on this line:

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set objdll = server.CreateObject("db.Search")
set objxmlReply = server.CreateObject("Microsoft.freethreadedXMLDOM")
set objxmlReply = objPicco.SearchQuery(objxml) <-----
What would this suggest?

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Have you created objPicco as some sort of object (the code above does not show this), ditto for objxml?

Why are you creating objXmlReply as one object type and then setting it to the return value of your dll call immediately afterwards without using it as that object type?

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