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Microsoft Transaction Server: prob. of export

Posted on 1999-07-09
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I m shure it s an easy question:
-i made a component in MTS
-i launch the export wizard

instead of giving me an EXE as is said on my book
it give me an Dll. is it normal?

How can i use it on the client with a dll .....
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Yes it is normal. An MTS component doesn't work like executable files, it sits there waiting for requests from the client which is a program you must build. So to use an mts component you need your dll and a client program.

Look at the sample bank app that comes with mts, you will see that it is built from 2 projects, a client application(the gui, exe) and the mts component (dll)

Good luck

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by:Beyonder
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Do we need to have a network with only Windows NT to have an application running with Microsoft Transaction Server?


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