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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

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


Jul 27 '05 #1
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