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DCOM Sample in VB

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i need to write a DCOM application in VB
any one can help ?
the program need to do:
DCOM initialization
Launch few functions from DCOM object.
FTP file
DCOM shutdown

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Microsoft provided sample
you can search it from

http://support.microsoft.com/support/

Search about "Visual Basic" with question "DCOM"

OR you can find it if MSDN library disc.




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