Isabelle, There is a property in the IIS5.0 manager that lets you geve
access to certain actions (run scripts execute all etc).
Make sure this is set to run all...

Furthermore, i would strongly recommend using a servlet. It isn't difficult
to set up (nice examples) and it will make your life lots easier...

I know sometimes it is simply not possible but if it is, go for that.

I'm most willing to help in case you need java support


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I've a web application developed in ASP, XML and XSL thecnology and I
execute fop.bat from ASP file.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeremias Maerki" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Friday, February 21, 2003 2:21 PM
Subject: Re: Problem with fop

> Oh, there's some interesting bit of information: How exactly do you call
> fop.bat from Internet Explorer? Strikes me as an odd thing to do? What
> are you trying to accomplish? Or are you using a servlet and Acrobat
> Reader has a problem starting up inside Internet Explorer?
> On 21.02.2003 14:16:11 Isabel Fuentes wrote:
> > I've download fop-0.20.5rc2. and I've read the release notes but I've a
> > problem again.
> > If I execute fop.bat from command line it works fine, however if I do
> > from Internet Explorer 6 SP 1 I get the following error message: "Error
> > creating process Denied Access"
> Jeremias Maerki
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