Re: ActiveX component can't create object
- From: "Dan" <news@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 20 Jul 2010 09:07:03 +0100
I don't think there is any recommended way to do it. Personally I use ASPEmail from Persits as it's a nice simple object to use and is very reliable, the free version is good but the paid version is adds some nice additional features such as message queuing (very handy if your SMTP server is too busy or is down at the time you try to send the email).
"." <nothing@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:OG2YLf4JLHA.4936@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Thanks Dan. Just wondering what is the recommend method is sending email in iis 6.0 (cdo, apnetemail, etc..?) and it's necessary configurations/software to email from asp/aspx pages?
"Dan" <news@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:%23grsaQyJLHA.5464@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxLooks like 'MSSTDFMT.StdDataFormat' is installed by Visual Studio 6.
CDONTS will also, as you have already noticed, have to be replaced with CDO.
"." <nothing@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:OqKVOXRJLHA.5700@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxOne in particular I'm getting an error is:
ActiveX component can't create object: 'MSSTDFMT.StdDataFormat'
"." <nothing@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:%236y0gaQJLHA.1016@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxThanks Dan, appreciate it. That's what I'm kind of pondering also if it's missing and/or needs a .dll to be registered. Would you know what .dll (probably related to VBScripting perhaps?) and the location I can look for arounds? Just to name a couple are CreateObject("ADODB.Connection") and CreateObject("CDONTS.NewMail").
"Dan" <news@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:%23aWFhTMJLHA.1016@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
"." <nothing@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:#wCRfwHJLHA.5700@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxHello, our .asp apps work currently on a win2k server (iis 5) but getting the above error and other .asp pages not working on a win2k3 server (iis 6) internet explorer 8 with suppossedly the same server configurations since this the goal here is an OS upgrade migration in using same ip after switching machines? Thanks in advance.
And what ActiveX component is it that you're getting the error with? It's very likely that the DLL doesn't exist on the new server, or the permissions don't allow it to be run (the default security settings in IIS6 are a lot more restrictive than in IIS5).
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