> I have created a .net assembly that I can call to do some
> processing on files. I have a test c# application which I
> have used to prove that the assembly work correctly. The
> assembly has a hidden form which contains the quicktime object.
> I am now trying to call the assembly from an aspx page, so
> that I can kick off the process just calling a url. ASP.NET
> now gives this error:
> ActiveX control '......long number....' cannot be
> instantiated because the current thread is not in a
> single-threaded apartment.
> I know what apartments are, but I am not sure how I get around this?
You can try making a free-threaded ActiveX control (or WinForm control - see
class attribute to set appartment) and instantiate inside it the Apple
control in some inner single-threaded appartment and make sure you serialize
all calls to it
George Birbilis (email@hidden)
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Microsoft MVP J# for 2004-2006
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