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    michaelh Guest

    Migrating MTS to COM+


    My company is just starting to explore migrating some MTS enabled components
    (written in VB) into a COM+ environment. I'm just starting to read up on
    COM+ and am wondering if anybody knows any good technical resources on how
    to migrate MTS enabled components on an NT4 platform to COM+ on Win2K?

    Thanks.

  2. #2
    Rick Guest

    Re: Migrating MTS to COM+


    I've found that the components require no changes. I must note that I am not
    using transactions, but, from what I have read in the MSDN library on the
    subject there is no changes in the development of the components. COM+ is
    microsofts way of confusing us developers just as they changes the name MTS
    to Component Services. I have not looked into the SDK so I can not comment
    on any development there.

    Make note that you should be using Service Pack 4 for any of the Visual Studio
    products to update specific files that work with Win2K.

    Rick

    "michaelh" <mhorstma@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >My company is just starting to explore migrating some MTS enabled components
    >(written in VB) into a COM+ environment. I'm just starting to read up on
    >COM+ and am wondering if anybody knows any good technical resources on how
    >to migrate MTS enabled components on an NT4 platform to COM+ on Win2K?
    >
    >Thanks.



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