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Server.CreateObject error

Thread began 6/11/2009 12:15 pm by fcoloccia331860 | Last modified 6/11/2009 3:46 pm by Ray Borduin | 1329 views | 5 replies |

fcoloccia331860

Server.CreateObject error

I really don't know what to do anymore. I created my eCart and all works well until I click Submit Order on the Confirm.asp page.

I get the following error:

Server object error 'ASP 0177 : 800401f3'

Server.CreateObject Failed

E:\KUNDEN\HOMEPAGES\32\D288741007\CART\../WA_eCart/Adv_CO_Scripts/PFPro_VB.asp, line 31

800401f3

My line 31 is:
set PFPro_client = Server.CreateObject("PFProCOMControl.PFProCOMControl.1")

I'm hosting 1and1 on a Shared Windows...does it have anything to do with the Hosting Provider?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

This means that the PayFlowPro COM object which is used for classic ASP vb integration is not installed on that server. The hosting provider most likely does not support that object, so yes it has everything to do with the hosting server.

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fcoloccia331860

well it was recommended that use 1and1.com on my ticket 97330. I currently have the same code on 3 different hosting provider:

1and1
GoDaddy.com
Web.com

and none of them work.

Can you tell me which hosting provider to use so I can get it to work?

I'm using Paflow Pro for the Gateway!

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Payflow pro may not be commonly supported on ASP servers any more. Would it be difficult to change to PHP? Payflow pro doesn't require a COM object installation for php, so you wouldn't have this problem. Otherwise you may be able to contact your host and see if they will enable that COM object for you.

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fcoloccia331860

Thanks for that Ray. What if I did the opposite? Can I switch to payPal Payments Pro? Does that require the COM Object?

I'm just much more confortable with ASP.

Also, if you can suggest a hosting provider where I can use ASP with eCart...

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I think paypal payments pro should still be OK. I think all of those servers should work. The only limitations might be with third party support with things like payment and shipping providers, but even most of those don't require COM.

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