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    ActiveX ASP.Net

    I have VB6 and Inter-cop installed with ISS 7 on windows 7

    I fully understand My.DLL is this interface to the .net language and my com project.
    I do not know how to get the common language into My.DLL functions.

    How do I write My.DLL to obtain session details
    I'm wanting strings from my session UserName, PassWord, EmailAddr, DatabaseID.

    I want to read the cookie and if the cookie does not exist I want to write the cookie back to the users computer with all 4 strings.

    And I can then make my *.com project access My.DLL

    Is that possible or has some one written something on the net all ready
    Thanks in advance

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    Re: ActiveX ASP.Net

    When you say "my *.com project" do you refers to an vb6 application ?
    This proyect does exists already ?

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    Re: ActiveX ASP.Net

    yes nothing else

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    Re: ActiveX ASP.Net

    For "make my *.com project access My.DLL" you need to expose net types to Com inside My.DLL ( .Net )
    Here there is a link how to make this:

    https://support.microsoft.com/es-es/kb/817248

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    Re: ActiveX ASP.Net

    I can only read English so i did not find that, thanks explains a lot to me

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    Re: ActiveX ASP.Net

    Here there is a link how to make this ( English )

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/817248

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    Re: ActiveX ASP.Net

    This is good information but I do not like what I hear
    it places limits I do not like

    Thanks you have helped

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