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Hi all,

I'm a VB6 developer for quite some time now and have also developed a mobile
app in VB.Net and C# a couple of years ago. I've been playing around with
..Net since then...
Now, we're starting to design the new corporate system and have developed a
couple of forms and components. We've tested the components in our machines
according to the indicated in the docs we found: give it a strong name
(sn-k... + assembly file) and ran regsvcs for the dll; this created the new
app in component services and we were able to export and run it from another
machine, just as we were used to in VB6.
So, everything is pretty until we have received our W2003 server... Thought
the only thing I would have to do would be to run regsvcs in the server as
well, but surprisingly for me, it doesn't have regsvcs... So my big lame
question is: how do I install the component in COM+ in W2003 and how do I
deploy it?
Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Arnaldo.



Nov 21 '05 #1
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The regsvcs command comes with the .Net Framework, maybe you don't have this
directory in the path...
By the way, I recommend you to have a Services Oriented Architecture and put
in COM+ only the business facade...

Daniel Carbajal
Microsoft MVP

"Arnaldo Fuziy" <ar*****@dumont.com.br> wrote in message
news:OS**************@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
Hi all,

I'm a VB6 developer for quite some time now and have also developed a
mobile
app in VB.Net and C# a couple of years ago. I've been playing around with
.Net since then...
Now, we're starting to design the new corporate system and have developed
a
couple of forms and components. We've tested the components in our
machines
according to the indicated in the docs we found: give it a strong name
(sn-k... + assembly file) and ran regsvcs for the dll; this created the
new
app in component services and we were able to export and run it from
another
machine, just as we were used to in VB6.
So, everything is pretty until we have received our W2003 server...
Thought
the only thing I would have to do would be to run regsvcs in the server as
well, but surprisingly for me, it doesn't have regsvcs... So my big lame
question is: how do I install the component in COM+ in W2003 and how do I
deploy it?
Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Arnaldo.


Nov 21 '05 #2

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Make sure you have the .NET framework installed on the new server.
--
Klaus H. Probst, MVP
http://www.simulplex.net/
"Arnaldo Fuziy" <ar*****@dumont.com.br> wrote in message
news:OS**************@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
Hi all,

I'm a VB6 developer for quite some time now and have also developed a mobile app in VB.Net and C# a couple of years ago. I've been playing around with
.Net since then...
Now, we're starting to design the new corporate system and have developed a couple of forms and components. We've tested the components in our machines according to the indicated in the docs we found: give it a strong name
(sn-k... + assembly file) and ran regsvcs for the dll; this created the new app in component services and we were able to export and run it from another machine, just as we were used to in VB6.
So, everything is pretty until we have received our W2003 server... Thought the only thing I would have to do would be to run regsvcs in the server as
well, but surprisingly for me, it doesn't have regsvcs... So my big lame
question is: how do I install the component in COM+ in W2003 and how do I
deploy it?
Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Arnaldo.


Nov 21 '05 #3

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