asp.net error 80040154 calling 32-bit COM object on 64-bit Windows?

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Ken Yee, Jul 25, 2007.

  1. Ken Yee

    Ken Yee Guest

    Anyone know the right way to fix this?

    A workaround is to make your customers run their 64-bit IIS in 32-bit
    mode, but this seems to tick them off that they're not using the most of
    their 64-bit operating system ;-)

    Are you supposed to bring your .Net project up in VS.Net 2005 on a 64-bit
    system and regenerate the Interop DLL?
    Are you supposed to rebuild the C++ COM object in VS.Net 2005 as a 64-bit
    COM object?

    Our asp.net app is currently built and shipped as a 32-bit app...


    thanks,

    ken
    Ken Yee, Jul 25, 2007
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