Updating an MTS component

I've never used MTS in an application before, but have recently created a couple of MTS components for a new project that I am working on.  Everything is working great, but of course, at some point people are going to want changes to the MTS component, so I want to know how I go about doing this.

Basically I need to know what needs to be changed on the MTS machine and what needs to be changed on the client machines that have the application installed on there machine.
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The most important thing is that you'll keep the binary cometability!
Do not change the interface of existing methods/properties. This will make sure that the client applications will go on working...

If you want to add new classes that will run under mts (even adding a class to a registered dll), you'll have to add the class manually to MTS.

About the clients - if the application is a web app running on mts, you don't have to do nothing, otherwise you have to install the new export package.
If you are only changing existing methods internally - you do not have to redistribute the export packages.

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JagarAuthor Commented:
Thanks that seems to be working correctly.
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