CGI and dlls

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vjoer
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CGI and dlls

Unread post by vjoer » 7 Oct 2013 16:10

Hello

I am trying to configure my web application host for a CGI Visual Prolog app.
I am told that the admin has failed to register the dlls required by the cgi executable running in IIS.
The failure message was:
entry-point dllregisterserver was not found"

Do they need to be registered in order for the cgi exe to run?

Thanks

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Viorel Farcas

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Thomas Linder Puls
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Unread post by Thomas Linder Puls » 8 Oct 2013 10:24

DLLRegisterServer is the standard entry for self-registration of COM components (for example called by regsvr32.exe). It only makes sense if the DLL is a COM host.

You don't say which "required dll's" it concerns, but if it is for example the vip7kernel.dll and vip7run.dll then it is completely wrong to attempt to register them as COM hosts.
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Unread post by vjoer » 8 Oct 2013 12:41

Hi Thomas

Clear about the dlls.
Do you have available a demo website with a CGI application in Visual prolog?

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Viorel Farcas

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Unread post by Thomas Linder Puls » 8 Oct 2013 19:34

No.

Notice the tutorial: CGI Applications in Visual Prolog.
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Unread post by drspro2 » 21 Oct 2013 8:00

hi,

I have made an application with Vip cgi.


You can see it on www.gymsystem.nl , klik on the link DEMO


greetings

R

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