Re: Sudden problems with ActiveX components on IIS 6?
Date: Tue, 11 Nov 2003 23:06:31 -0800
Sounds like the ActiveX control may be crashing for some reason -- possibly
because it has a bug and cannot run on IIS6, possibly because OS
configuration has changed. We won't know without capturing a stack trace of
Try IIS State to capture this issue:
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"Lior" <liorm@-bu-spam-noks-bu-spam.com> wrote in message
We have moved to host our site on IIS 6. Some web pages use a server-side
ActiveX. While on IIS 5 it worked flawlessly, here - ocaasionaly but
suddenly - it stops working! After restart for the IIS all is well again.
What can it be?
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