Andy Robinson's SpamServer COM demo
dave at zeus.hud.ac.uk
Thu Oct 19 14:07:39 CEST 2000
this did make the difference and demo works fine now.
> There is a good chance that the path to the spamserver example is not
> on your PythonPath.
> If the COM object has a "_reg_class_spec_" attribute, remove it.
> Later versions of win32com allow you to omit this, in which case they
> imply both the path and the module. spameserver predates this
> If that is not it, look up the documentation on debugging COM objects,
> and see what the "trace collector" has to say...
> markh at activestate.com - but if you think I speak for them, you dont
> know Dick!
> "Dave Dench" <dave at zeus.hud.ac.uk> wrote in message
> news:mailman.971943147.4468.python-list at python.org...
> > Dear All,
> > didn't see a response to this so I'll try again.
> > I am running the SpamServer and it's later brother SpamServerGPO.
> > The original demo works fine. The GPO ( LOCAL_SERVER ) version
> > registers correctly apparently and can be seen from the COM browser,
> > but the /test fails saying
> > **** - The Python.SpamServer test server is not available
> > I have tried registering it as
> > SpamSrv = win32com.client.dynamic.Dispatch("Python.SpamServerGPO")
> > and as
> > SpamSrv =
> > without success.
> > Any pointers ?
> > PS running Python1.6 on an NT server ( via winframe )
> > Thanks
> > David
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