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  1. #1
    Antonio Paglia Guest

    Calling transactional object from Sub Main


    Within the Sub Main procedure of a DLL (placed in MTS) , can I execute a
    method of a transaccional object ?

    DLL1 and DLL2 are both inside MTS. Sub Main of DLL 1 calls a method of an
    object that is in DLL2. Can I do this ?

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    Antonio Paglia
    e-mail:
    - apaglia@infovia.com.ar
    - antoniopaglia@hotmail.com





  2. #2
    ranga raghunathan Guest

    Re: Calling transactional object from Sub Main


    normally,in dlls, you have class modules -- but if you want all these class
    modules to access certain common functions, then you can add another class
    module or a bas (code) module .. in this code module you can place functions
    and these functions can create objects-- but if you have sub main function
    in a dll, when will it execute ? .. create a test dll or activex exe and
    add a bas module and place a sub main procedure and debug - you will not
    see the function execute .

    regards
    ranga


    "Antonio Paglia" <apaglia@infovia.com.ar> wrote:
    >
    >Within the Sub Main procedure of a DLL (placed in MTS) , can I execute a
    >method of a transaccional object ?
    >
    >DLL1 and DLL2 are both inside MTS. Sub Main of DLL 1 calls a method of an
    >object that is in DLL2. Can I do this ?
    >
    >--
    >Antonio Paglia
    >e-mail:
    > - apaglia@infovia.com.ar
    > - antoniopaglia@hotmail.com
    >
    >
    >
    >



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