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    Exclamation Server.CreateObject Failed-800401f3 : Custom DLL used

    hi,

    i was searching for ways to upload file to server through classic asp. i came across this site {www.developerfusion.com/article/1615/uploading-files-with-asp/8/} which gave a customized dll code to be used through ASP.

    i created the dll , placed it in c:\windows\system32 folder, gave full access to IUSR_COMPNAME, registered the dll using regsvr32 ASPUploadComponent.dll.

    IN the asp page i am creating an object of the cUpload class with the below statement:

    Set objUpload = Server.CreateObject("ASPUploadComponent.cUpload")

    but on executing the ASP page i get the below error:

    Server object error 'ASP 0177 : 800401f3'

    Server.CreateObject Failed

    /NCIIT_TT/uploadcomplete.asp, line 6

    800401f3

    please let me know of any thing that i may have missed out..................

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    Guys ......... I know this is holiday season, but please help me out here. this is driving me nuts...

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    can anyone please look into this issue?? i am still stuck on this and going nuts !!!!!!!!!!!!

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    was the object installed/registered successfully? You can upload without a COM object too.

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    yamaharuss,
    its been a while since i have looked into this. i used a commercial COM object available online for the same.

    to answer your first Q, yes it was registered successfully. But for some reason the createobject failed.

    Can you show me how to do this without the COM object? Classic ASP does not have file upload.

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