Asynchronous COM+ calls

Posted on 2003-02-25
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Last Modified: 2006-11-17

I want to write a component that can make 2 asynchronous to separate components then process the results from both when completed.  Can this be done using Queued Components and LCE?

I will be using VB6, COM+ and Win2k.

Question by:Shaley
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You mean like using DCOM?
Then the server has only 1 instance of the COM object, and the answer is yes.
If not, it depends on the COM model you are using...

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Yes, DCOM.  What I didn't mention is that I want to process the results from both asynchronous calls in the same instance of the component that called.  How would I do this?


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