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Topic: WebASP support for Post wink-out
mhp

From: new york, NY USA
Posts: 47
Member Since: 04/24/02
posted May 21, 2007 5:34 PM

I have an interesting case with a specific customer.

Here's the test.vbs

  Dim w: Set w = CreateObject("Dart.WebASP")
  w.Timeout = 60000
  w.Request.Url = "http://www.google.com"
  w.Request.Content = ""
  w.Security = 1
  w.Post
  Wscript.echo "Response is"
  Wscript.echo w.Response.Body.ReadString

When we run this, there is no output from the script.

If we comment out the w.Post line, we get "Response is"

The strange thing is, no error is revealed by the scripting engine. The script just dies right there at the Post. We've tried running the script as a domain administrator and no change. We've also used different urls (some on localhost) and we get the same response. I've registered the Dart DLLs also.

Any ideas on what might cause this?

When we call this same block of code in C++ through COM we just get a generic exception.

Jamie Powell (Admin)

From: Rome, NY USA
Posts: 380
Member Since: 03/13/07

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posted May 23, 2007 1:24 PM

Hello, this request needs to be handled through our administrative procedures prior to response. Please contact sales@dart.com directly about this issue.
mhp

From: new york, NY USA
Posts: 47
Member Since: 04/24/02
posted May 23, 2007 1:28 PM

Can you clarify? I was under the impression that the support forum was for support with any issue whether you have a support contract or not (we do indeed have a support contract but it is for the Secure Mail tool). If that's not the case, then please just verify that only paid support is offered through the forum.
mhp

From: new york, NY USA
Posts: 47
Member Since: 04/24/02
posted May 24, 2007 5:47 PM

For future users (although I'd still like a clarification on your comments from May 23 1:24 PM), the customer who was having this problem found that he had other Dart DLLs in his windows\system32 file (not the ones we ship). Once he copied the ones we ship over top of those files, and restarted, everything started working again.

What confuses me is that the DLLs we were shipping were registered so it seems that this should have "trumped" the DLLs that were in the system32 directory...
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