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I am unable to access the dlls from ASP page when i logged off

I am unable to access the dlls from ASP page when i logged off

I am unable to access the dlls from ASP page when i logged off

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Hi,
 
  I am getting following error when logged out from the windows nt server:-

 server.createobject failed.

I installed dll components in MTS(microsoft Transaction server)and accessing dll from asp page

when i login to server with any user, the asp page works.

pls help me out from it.

thanks in advance
mohan.


RE: I am unable to access the dlls from ASP page when i logged off

I think you don't have set up the identity of yours com+ application.
In the properties of the com+ application, you have a tab Identity, in which you set up the user that run the com+ application. By default it is the user currently log in, you can set up an other user.

Could you help me for an other problems ? I use COM+ on Oracle Database and i can't open a connexion, each time i have an error "cannot enlist new transaction in trabsaction coordinator". Do you have i idear ?
Olivier

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