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This is an unmanaged exception, that is, a crash inside the runtime, which should never happen. Please create a minimal testcase that can show this behaviour, and attach it to a bug report here: http://bugzilla.xamarin.com/


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You are using classic ASP, so no .NET!. Classic ASP Server.CreateObject uses COM objects. You may have written an assembly in .NET but to be used from classic ASP you still have to register it: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\regsvr32.exe pathToYourDLL BTW: Don't give 'Everyone' full control to the files in your web site.


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I've been researching this as well, and racking my brain on how to get this to work, and finally figured it out. So I figure I'd give everyone my way of doing it. It's not clean, but it'll work. This process could be implemented for other pages and method of creating pages. I created a page using PHP with a login form. It uses LDAPS connection to ...


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I guess by now you MIGHT have found an answer to this phenomena. I ran upon this post after encountering the same problem...I could load the assembly, and view the types contained in the assembly, but was unable to instanciate a instance of it from a static class. Was it EFTIDY. Tidy, EFTidyNet.TidyNet.Options or what? Ooooo ...



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