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    Arrow Server object, ASP 0177 (0x800401F3) - just installed VS.NET

    THis is a code snippet from my Classic ASP File 'nf1_search_db.asp' :
    Code:
    set objdll = server.CreateObject("PiccoDb.SearchFares") <---- THIS LINE
    set objxmlReply = server.CreateObject("Microsoft.freethreadedXMLDOM")
    Set objxmlReply = objdll.PiccoSearchQuery(objxml)

    I get this error on the line above, does anyone know why this would be the case?

    Error:

    Code:
    Error Type:
    Server object, ASP 0177 (0x800401F3)
    Invalid class string 
    /v2/asp/net_includes/nf1_search_db.asp, line 207
    I installed Visual Studio .NET this morning and now i get this after I registered (regsvr32) a new DLL.

    Has installing VS.NET blocked calls to Server.CreateObject?

    Thanks,
    Picco

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    Code:
    <% 
    response.write "TEST" 
    Set nl=Server.CreateObject("MSWC.NextLink") 
    %>
    I have this file 'testSer.asp' inside my wwwroot - that is all thats in it. It gives me this error;

    Code:
    Error Type: 
    Server object, ASP 0177 (0x800401F3) 
    Invalid class string 
    /testSer.asp, line 5

    I have uninstalled and then re-installed IIS from the support CD and unistalled .NET framework completely??

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    I had a similiar problem after installing VS 2005, Except mine was with creating the Scripting.Dictionary object.

    To Fix:
    run RegEdit, Find the key

    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\PiccoDb.SearchFares

    From the Edit menu, select permissions...

    Add in the Internet Guest Account user (machname\IUSR_machname)
    Check on the "Allow" "Read" checkbox.


    Good luck!

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    a good solution

    Quote Originally Posted by akgiddings View Post
    I had a similiar problem after installing VS 2005, Except mine was with creating the Scripting.Dictionary object.

    To Fix:
    run RegEdit, Find the key

    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\PiccoDb.SearchFares

    From the Edit menu, select permissions...

    Add in the Internet Guest Account user (machname\IUSR_machname)
    Check on the "Allow" "Read" checkbox.


    Good luck!

    I had the same problem when creating FileSystemObject. It announced "invalid class string". I loss a lot of time finding out the way to solve. When reading this post, I see you suggest that Set Permission can solve so I try. But it didn't work when setting permission for Internet Guest Account Users. I try to set permission for HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\Scripting.FileSystemObject with permission as same as it's neighbor's permission so it worked.
    Thanks for your suggestion.
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    Last edited by tunghnt; 06-11-2007 at 04:43 AM.


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