Registering an Active Server Object
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You can register the Active Server Page as an in-process server or an out-of-process server. However, in-process servers are more common. An in-process automation server is a set of COM Automation Objects for connecting to databases, executing SQL statements and PL/SQL blocks, and accessing the results. In-process automation objects are inside of .DLLs; out-of-process automation servers are applications (.EXEs).
Registering an in-process server
To register an in-process server (DLL or OCX), choose either:
- Run > ActiveX Server > Register
- Run > ActiveX Server > Register for Current User
To unregister an in-process server, choose Run > ActiveX Server > Unregister . This unregisters any server, including those that were registered per-user.
Registering an out-of-process server
To register an out-of-process server, run the server with the
/regserver command-line option. (You can set command line parameters on the Run > Parameters dialog box.)
To unregister an out-of-process server, run the server with the
/unregserver command-line option.