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Default Accesing COM+ components from c#

Is it possible to access a COM+ component developed with Visual Basic 6.0 from a C# component?
Does anyone know any page about this?


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Hi ,

Article is good enough to begin but few points that i want to emphasize :

COM+ services are different paradigm all together w.r.t to any of the other programming language like C# , through which COM+ services can be acessed .

Important thing is that these services can be utilized in the code through either declarative attributes or the implicit code , but assembly can be benefitted at runtime only if it is registered with the COM+ explorer , else it's like any other normal assembly , no matter Sytem.EnterpriseService classes being used inside it .

In your case even if it's a Non .net code used for creating COM+ assembly , then ultimately it's like any other simple communication between .net and that programming paradigm for e.g : COM -> .Net -->
TypeLibrary -> Metadata by creating RCW .

It will only happen at runtime when ur COM+ registered assembly will get loaded then it will start utilizing COM+ services but for .net program communicating with it this doesn't creates a difference .

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