If you are in charge of a large ASP/IIS web site, or are working on one, chances are you are familiar with building and using custom COM components. If you do not have much experience with custom COM objects, these articles should help!
I know I mentioned it earlier, but if you need information on Microsoft’s Browser Capabilities component, you should definitely check out ASPTracker: http://www.asptracker.com.
For some real-world code examples of using the Content Linker, check out the “Content Link Tutorial” at http://www.learnasp.com/learn/cl.asp.
For a plethora of articles on building components for ASP
applications, check out the Component Building section on
For a good article on the pros of placing business logic in custom COM components, be sure to read “Using Business Objects in your Web Application”, http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/110198-1.shtml.
For a ListServer discussion on component building, check out http://www.asplists.com/asplists/components.asp.
For a good example of how to create a Windows Script Component be sure to check out “A Simple Windows Scripting Component” at http://www.asptoday.com/articles/19990729.htm.