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CreateObject in VB.Net from client machine

Posted on 2008-06-26
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Dear experts,

i want to createobject from the client for the application installed in the COM+ application(Windows 2003 server).

is it possible from VB.NET like createobject(Classname, Servername) in VB.

Please give me ur suggestion on this issue...

Thanks in advance,
M.Raja
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by:rachitkohli
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Yes, CreateObject("ClassLibrary1.ComClass1","ServerName") is supported in VB.NET as well
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by:raja_ind82
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yes
But i couldn't create object from the remote server.

iam getting 429-activex cannot create object, 462-server unavailable error

i have exported the package from the server and installed in the client machine. Still i am getting the above error.


Regards,
M.Raja
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hi, i have solved my problem,.

i am exporting the installed application in the server. this setup will act as a application proxy for that project. when the user trying to create the object with that servername. this will redirect to the respective server. this will apllication will installed in c:\programfiles\com Applications.

Please close this question.

Regards,
M.Raja
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