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Is there a method to reference COM+ DLLs when developing from another computer?

Posted on 2008-06-10
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I have some COM+ DLLs registered on my Web server but I'd like to reference them from my development computer for development.  Is there a method to use the Interop DLLs to reference the COM+ from that server so I can develop on my dev box?  Otherwise, I have to always develop directly on the server since I can't install the COM+ on my dev box.
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Unfortunately, it's not that simple.  You must install the COM component on your dev box as well.  I can't say this 100%, but I have never seen or heard of a method like you describe.

The only other option is to develop your application on the server.  You can use the remote debugger that comes with Visual Studio to debug your code if need be.
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Ok thanks - I figured that even if there was a way that it would be a huge pain in the butt.
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