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    John Garcia Guest

    Problems using 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

    But I can't make it work if I export a package and install it in a Windows
    98 Client. Won't allow me to create a instance of object. What's the problem?


  2. #2
    Paul Clement Guest

    Re: Problems using a COM+ object from Windows 98 Clients

    On 18 Jul 2001 22:39:16 -0700, "John Garcia" <garaceg@yahoo.com> wrote:


    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

    But I can't make it work if I export a package and install it in a Windows
    98 Client. Won't allow me to create a instance of object. What's the problem?

    You don't mention the error(s) you are getting but I would take a look at the following article:

    HOWTO: Troubleshoot DCOM for Visual Basic Client/Server Applications
    http://support.microsoft.com/support.../Q269/3/30.ASP


    Paul ~~~ pclement@ameritech.net
    Microsoft MVP (Visual Basic)

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