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OldSchool ASP Objects in .NET?
Is it possible to use dotnet dlls from oldschool asp? I have a couple ASP 3.0 sites i'm working on that need some custom stuff, and it would rule if I was able to use some of the c# dlls i've written with them. Is this feasable? Is it possible with some hacking? Anyone heard/done this?
.NET provides COM interoperability, but I get the impression that it's easier to consume COM from within .NET than to go the other way. Search the online help in Visual Studio for "COM Interop" -- there's an article in there titled "Exposing .NET Framework Components to COM" that should get you started, at least.
I actually wrote a tiny beginner's article on this for MSDN - it's at http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/dndotnet/html/callnetfrcom.asp . It's really pretty simple.
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