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Running MTS code on Server 2003 - port neccessary?

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We're looking to migrate some fairly old code that runs our web site,
onto Server 2003. Much of the code is written in VB, and uses MTS.
Ideally, I'd like to move the code as-is onto the new server, and then
change as needed.

The problem I'm running into is that it appears that MTS isn't
supported on XP? I understand that COM+ replaces MTS, but I'd rather
not mess with the code at all to port to COM+ - I didn't write the
code, and don't want to change anything.

So, what would be the easiest way to proceed? Is there a way to use
MTS objects on IIS on Server 2003? If not, can someone point me to
some info on porting MTS to COM+? We're using the
SharedPropertyGroupManager, SharedPropertyGroup, and SharedProperty
classes in MTS.


- Dave
Nov 21 '05 #1
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