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How to publish Object Events using DCOM

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I have a DCOM server application that publishes an automated object created with file/new/other/active X/automated object. The object has an event called NewCall that should be triggered when the server recieves a New Call signal from an external source.

I wrote a client app that implements an OnNewCall event handler but it never executes. The Events DCOM documentation in Delphi has not been as useful as I expected. I will appreciate if anyone has a simple demo that implements events using DCOM and can share it.

thks in advnce.
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