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Queued Componets VB6

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Hi all I would like to ask a simple question today - but simple as it seems I do not know the answer.I have in fact 2

1)How does one write a queued component in VB6. Or for that matter how does one change an already written activeX dll to become a queued component . Is it just like a property that you change of the class or what ?

2)I have a set of components that I register in COM+. I have different versions of my system example 3 and 4 - so I recompiled my components with a suffix of 3 and 4 respectifly. It works fine except for one component . Although named differently I would have say componentDavid1.dll and componentDavid2.dll but when I add them to COM+ it tells me that it is already registered. This happens only with one compenent the rest works fine like that ... any Idees . I have checked the registry and there are no duplicate entries .....

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2) This might have happened cuz you renamed the DLL after you had registered it in COM+ and then you might have tried to register it again.
Try unregistering the DLLs from COM+ first & then unregister the Dll's from system.this will clear the GUID generated for these DLLs.then re-register the Dll's as you would do in a normal process & follow the same procedure of registering to the COM+.I hope this will work fine.
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