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Old August 25th, 2004, 07:59 AM
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Default COM+ .Net and application proxies

Ok, so I've created my assembly, given it a strong name and got it into COM+
- great! (Used example in http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...comservnet.asp)

However, I am unable to export an application proxy for the COM+ Application it only offers me a Server application which is no good.

Does anybody have any ideas of what else I should do/or need to do to allow me to expose my .Net assembly through COM+ and allow me to consume it by another .Net assembly, not COM?
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Ok I solved the problem.

When .Net creates the COM+ package it defaults the activation to Library which means you can't export it as an application proxy, but simply altering the properties so that it runs as server does allow you to export the proxy.

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