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MTS and DLLs

MTS and DLLs

MTS and DLLs

We are running MTS on IIS 4.0.

What is the best way of finding a corrupt DLL?
    In A Package?

Can we replace a Bad DLL with a good DLL with out having to repackage the components? Or will it just look at the current version registered and get an error?

We are trying to determine if a DLL/Package has gone bad.

Thank You in Advance

RE: MTS and DLLs

How do you think the package has gone bad?
Where you are taking that you are running IIS and your objects on the same box then deleting them from MTS and recreating them should reset all the registry entries for those objects.

Since you are using the objects from ASP the changes should be immediate.  

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