No need to register (regsvr32) anything and that's not in the instructions. Why did you do that?
~~~Why the long setup? I guess I was trying to make the point that the machine I'm working on is as clean as you can get.
Why REGSRV32? If I don't, I get the same error as Vivek reported in this thread:
But that error occurs ONLY when I invoke either Default.aspx or Debug.aspx from VS 2010. Everything's great from a browser.
Anyway, what exactly is the problem? You don't see oProp while debugging?? (please make questions short and concise)
~~~At letter D in the original post:
From VisualStudio 2010 > Open Web Site > Open Debug.aspx . Click Debug. > This error:
"Caught .NET exception, source: ActiveVFP.server activevfp.server message: .error
c:\avfp5.51demo\prg\activevfp.prg Error in line 71 Alias 'OPROP' is not found. 13"
In the VFP debug window, at the point of the error, I can see these objects have been instatiated:
oRequest, oSession, oResponse, oApplication, oServer
and I can get no further
Thanks for asking... really!