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COM+ exposing classes, which it references

Hi All,
Im facing a problem with the COM+ component, will appreciate if u can
provide any kind of guidance.

My COM+, references a class, lets call it class A. It uses the properties of
Class A, and has methods to return / insert / update / delete etc.

I have an Admin module(another dotnet solution), which accesses the COM+
component (via referencing the dll). And uses the methods which are in the
COM+.

Now the problem is, the admin module also need to use the Class A(which is
already referenced by COM+ component), as it has to use the properties and
methods of Class A as well.

How to achieve this using the present COM+ component ? I need to expose the
Class A through the COM+, just as how it is possible using Web Services. But
I have a requirement to use COM+ and not web services.

I have tried writing a method, which returns the Class A type, but in vain.
When I access this method which returns Class A type, in the admin module, I
cannot access any properties of the Class A. I hope u get the picture. Thank
You

Regards,
Abhi
Singapore.

Jul 27 '05 #1
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