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Old November 4th, 2004, 01:43 PM
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Default COM+ Monitoring using COMSVCSLib

I am attempting to develop a monitoring application that can detect and notify us of runaway COM+ components on our Win2K Servers. Specifically, I am looking for a programmatic interface to get at the data contained on the "status view" of the Component Services MMC Snap-In. This view contains the columns "Objects", "Activated", "Pooled", "In Call", and "Call Time" that I would like to monitor. I've looked at COMSVCSLib.mtsGRP where I would expect these properties, but to no avail. Does anyone know of way to programmatically access these items?

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I'm curious if you ever figured out the answer to this problem. I'm trying to do the same thing with a custom COM+ object and I need to monitor the "In Call" so I can shutdown the object.

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P.S. I'm attempting to do it via WMI and VBS, but any help you can provide would be helpful. If at all possible, please respond in the forum as I don't check the e-mail associated with this account.
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We offer a general purpose COM+ monitoring solution called AppMetrics.

Please take a look at http://www.xtremesoft.com - download the free eval -
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