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COM+ registering referenced libraries

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I have a vb6 dll hosted in a COM+  application on a server machine.

the vb6 dll has a reference to msxml4.dll.


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My question is:


- When i install the vb6 dll into a COM+ component/application does COM+ automatically register the msxml4.dll?

  If COM+ does take care of registering the referenced libraries - can it register msxml4.dll.  
  Because I understand that there are some complications about registering msxml4.dll (ie it
  requires more than just - regsvr32.exe msxml4.dll)

thanks





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Hi..

You should be able to manually register it by using regsvr32 of put it into COM+. But best is to use a good setup. For more info:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/xmlsdk/htm/sdk_redistributing_59pj.asp?frame=true

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Hello MrKevorkian !

No, if you use regsvr32.exe only the parameter-file will be registered.
It's easy to conclude this because if this would be so then you had to
register one file for a whole setup.

V.K.
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