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ASP & COM+ in IIS7

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Hello all,

I have a problem with an old VB6 COM+ component.

On server 2003 with IIS6 I have that piece of ASP code:

<%@ Language=VBScript %>
dim obj
set obj = server.CreateObject("CPRCalendar.clsCalendar")
Response.Write obj.Display()
set obj = nothing
And everything works fine - it is supposed to generate some HTML and to display it.

Now I'm trying to migrate it to server 2008 R2 x64.

Everything that is related to component services and file system permissions has been set identically to previous server.

But when I browse to this page, the error message I recieve is:

CPRCalendar error '800a000d'
Type mismatch
/ASPcalendar/calendar.asp, line 5

When I turn on the "Enable 32 bit applications" under the application pool advanced settings in IIS,

I recieve a blank page - nothing at all - even when I check the source (via browser "view source" option) - it's just blank!

the most problematic thing is that I don't even have a source code of this VB6 DLL...

Any ideas on what can be checked in order to resolve this situation?

Many thanks in advance.

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What resolved the issue is this one:

• Component Services -> Computers -> My Computer -> COM+ Applications
• Open a COM+ Application object.
• Open Components.
• Right-click on a class and select Properties.
• Under "Advanced" there is a check box for "Allow IIS intrinsic properties".

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