IIS Application

  • 17 years ago


    I started writing a "IIS Application" after trying to make a "ActiveX DLL" with all the ASP objects. Is making an "IIS Application" the same as making an "ActiveX DLL" but just the development IDE looks different, because they both make *.dll files.

    I was reading these, and found a way to do the same as an IIS Application with ActiveX DLL:
    Creating a Server Component with VB - Redesigned - Part 1

    Creating a Server Component with Visual Basic

    Should a make an ActiveX Dll instead of an IIS Application.

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