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05 November 2012 Reply
Where do you place the gsdll32.dll for a web application? in the bin folder? or make a custom folder like lib? I tried this and then adding network service and IIS read/write permissions to the folder but I get a Unable to load DLL 'gsdll32.dll': error.
Did you check my article on my experiences of testing using ASP.net (http://cyotek.com/blog/displaying-the-contents-of-a-pdf-file-in-an-asp-net-application-using-ghostscript)?
It needs to be in the bin folder (or system32 worked as well as I recall), but the important thing is that you have IIS set to run your app as 32bit if you are using the 32bit dll. From your comment, it sounds like either it's not in the path, or it's running in 64bit - take a peek at the article and see if this helps you.