COM+ Articles

COM+ Automation using C#

Accessing COM+ Catalog The COM+ catalog is the underlying data storethat holds all COM+ configuration data. Whenever you do any kind ofCOM+ administration, you are reading and writing data stored in thecatalog. The only way that you can access the catalog is through theComponent Services administrative tool or through the COMAdmin library. Security To change […]

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COM+ Automation using .NET C#

Accessing COM+ Catalog The COM+ catalog is theunderlying data store that holds all COM+ configuration data. Wheneveryou do any kind of COM+ administration, you are reading and writingdata stored in the catalog. The only way that you can access thecatalog is through the Component Services administrative tool orthrough the COMAdmin library. Security To change data […]

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COM Interoperability in .NET Framework: Part I

Part I: Using COM components in .NET framework In this article we review the concepts & walk-through an example that demonstrates COM interoperability in .NET framework. What is the need for Interoperability?COM components have different internal architecture from .NETcomponents hence they are not innately compatible. Most organizations,which have built their enterprise applications on COM objects […]

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COM and .Net Interop (A C# Sybase Sql Interpreter)

Prologue This document arose when I began to seriously think about connecting to Sybase databases from C# applications. My first attempt was to use the ODBC layer. It was immediately clear that this approach was not going to work. It was about 100 times slower than the usual CT-Library/C++ solution. The framework comes equipped with […]

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COM Interoperability: Part I – Using COM in .NET

Part I – Using COM in .NET COM is very deeply rooted in Microsoftproducts and it is not easy to neglect COM completely. There may besituations arise where you required to build COM in VC++ and you wantto use it in C# or even you want to use your old components. But don'tbe panic because […]

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The Essentials for Using COM in Managed Code

This example from Sams Publishing covers: Referencing a COM Component in Visual Studio .NET Referencing a COM Component Using Only the .NET Framework SDK Example: A Spoken Hello, World Using the Microsoft Speech API The Type Library Importer Using COM Objects in ASP.NET Pages An Introduction to Interop Marshaling Common Interactions with COM Objects Using […]

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Building COM Objects in C#

Download : Source Code The topics covered in this article are Creating a simple COM Object in C# ( use the COM Interop property ) Accessing the COM from a VC++ Client . ( I have tested it with VC++6.0 & VC++ .NET ). Client uses the TypeLibrary ( .TLB file ) For the sake […]

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Knowing COM Interoperability – An Illustrative Way

This article provides examples of using a COMcomponent in Microsoft.NET application and also using a Microsoft.NETcomponent in a normal Visual Basic 6.0 application. Many authors hadwritten about this. However, we would like to be very brief andstraight to the point in more practical way. Exposing COM components to Microsoft .NET framework First we will look […]

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COM Interoperability in C#

Introduction: In this article I cover the areaInteroperability issues. There is no doubt that with the help of .Netone can create powerful components and Distributed applications thanany other language. But we have to think over about the past reusablecomponents, which were created by many languages such as VB etc. Is it the Usage of those […]

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C# Classes as COM Objects

COM Interoperability is the feature of Microsoft .Net that allows managed .Net code to interact with unmanaged code using Microsoft’s Component Object Model semantics. Most of the hoopla about COM Interoperability in .NET centers on the ability of .Net code to invoke legacy COM objects (such as ActiveX controls and COM objects encapsulated in DLLs). […]

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