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    John Garcia Guest

    Problems trying to use a COM+ object from Windows 98 Clients


    I have the following problem.


    I have a component that is running in a Windows 2000 Server using MTS (COM+).
    I am exporting the package so I can install it in windows 98 clients.

    I already have tested MTS calling the object from a VB Application that is
    running in the Windows 2000 Server and seems that the MTS is working fine

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    Miha Markic Guest

    Re: Problems trying to use a COM+ object from Windows 98 Clients

    Hi John

    COM+ components don't install smoothly on non-COM+ machines.
    One way should be:

    1. Export package as proxy
    2. Run proxy setup on client
    3. Manually register components (regsvr32)
    4. Initialize objects with CreateObject ("yourobject", "servername")

    There you go.

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    Miha
    www.spin.si
    "John Garcia" <garaceg@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:3b567198$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > I have the following problem.
    >
    >
    > I have a component that is running in a Windows 2000 Server using MTS

    (COM+).
    > I am exporting the package so I can install it in windows 98 clients.
    >
    > I already have tested MTS calling the object from a VB Application that is
    > running in the Windows 2000 Server and seems that the MTS is working fine




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