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Can anyone direct me or get me started in creating a .Net component. I have created ActiveX in VB6 and sample programs in VB.Net, but cant seem to get started. All I am after is to create a simple component and assign some simple service to it such as queueing service.

Also can anyone coinfirm that .Net or COM+ components developed in .Net do not use the component services located in Administrative Tools> Component Services, becuase it seems you cant add a component once you create a application.
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A good book, is
ASP.Net
Server controls and components

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I can confirm they *do* use the Component Services part of the OS.
In fact, at development time you can add all kinds of attributes for security, roles etc that end up in CS automatically, without the need to create a custom installer.

What makes you think that CS is no longe used?

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Well, i tried to Add a New application, which was fine, but if you try to add a .NET component, you get a error message.

I m refering to a quote i found in a forum that states:
 
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Component Services is not the same as COM+.

Component Services is still used. Check out these articles:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...andcomplus.asp

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...entsvcperf.asp (make sure you check out the part about .NET Attributes)

You can also check out the 101 VB.NET samples, here:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

There are a few projects (like Creating an Enterprise Services Component) dealing with Component Services and Enterprise Services.

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