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Method to Release COM Object References
by Srinath MS
Use this method to release references to COM objects immediately.
ExportComPlusApplication - Exporting a COM+ application to a MSI installer file
by Marco Bellinaso
Export the COM+ application with the input name to a MSI installer file Note: requires a reference to the COM+ Admin Type Library Example: ExportComPlusApplication("MyComPlusApp", "C:\MyComPlusApp.msi", "")
GetComPlusAppRoleMembers - Retrieving a COM+ Application role's members
by Robert N. Neuman
Get an array with the members of an application's role Note: requires a reference to the COM+ Admin Type Library Example: Dim members() As String = GetComPlusAppRoleMembers("System Application", "Administrator", "") Dim member As String For Each member In members Console.Wr
GetComPlusAppRoles - Retrieving a COM+ Application's roles
by Robert N. Neuman
Get an array with the name of an application's roles Note: requires a reference to the COM+ Admin Type Library Example: Dim roles() As String = GetComPlusAppRoles("System Application", "") Dim role As String For Each role In roles Console.WriteLine(role) Next
ShutDownComPlusApplication - Shutting-down a COM+ application
by Marco Bellinaso
Shut-down the COM+ application with the input name Note: requires a reference to the COM+ Admin Type Library Example: ShutDownComPlusApplication("MyComPlusApp", "")
StartComPlusApplication - Starting a COM+ application
by Marco Bellinaso
Start the COM+ application with the input name Note: requires a reference to the COM+ Admin Type Library Example: StartComPlusApplication("MyComPlusApp", "")
AddComPlusApplication - Creating a new COM+ application
by Robert N Neuman
Create a new COM+ application, and return True if the operation is successfull Note: requires a reference to the COM+ Admin Type Library Example: AddComPlusApplication("MyComPlusApp", "")
AddComPlusAppRole - Adding a new role to a COM+ application
by Robert N Neuman
Create a new role to a COM+ application, and return True if the operation is successfull Note: requires a reference to the COM+ Admin Type Library Example: AddComPlusAppRole("MyComPlusApp", "MyTestRole", "")
AddComPlusAppRoleMember - Adding a member to a COM+ application's role
by Robert N Neuman
Add a member to a COM+ application's role, and return True if the operation is successfull Note: requires a reference to the COM+ Admin Type Library Example: AddComPlusAppRoleMember("MyComPlusApp", "MyTestRole", "MYPC\Owner", "")
DelComPlusApplication - Deleting a COM+ application
by Marco Bellinaso
Delete a COM+ application, and return True if the operation is successfull Note: requires a reference to the COM+ Admin Type Library Example: DelComPlusApplication("MyComPlusApp", "")
DelComPlusAppRole - Deleting a role from a COM+ application
by Robert N Neuman
Delete a role from a COM+ application, and return True if the operation is successfull Note: requires a reference to the COM+ Admin Type Library Example: DelComPlusAppRole("MyComPlusApp", "MyTestRole", "")
DelComPlusAppRoleMember - Removing a member from a COM+ application's role
by Robert N Neuman
Remove a member from a COM+ application's role, and return True if the operation is successfull Note: requires a reference to the COM+ Admin Type Library Example: DelComPlusAppRoleMember("MyComPlusApp", "MyTestRole", "MYPC\Owner", "")
Running a DTS Package Through TSQL with a COM Concept
by K.Nageswara Rao
RegisterEnterpriseService - Register an Enterprise Service in the COM+ Catalog
by Marco Bellinaso
Register an Enterprise Service in the COM+ Catalog Note: requires a reference to the System.EnterpriseServices.dll assembly This version identify the enterprise service with its path Example: RegisterEnterpriseService("C:\Temp\TestService.dll")
UnregisterEnterpriseService - Unregister an Enterprise Service from the COM+ Catalog
by Marco Bellinaso
Unregister an Enterprise Service from the COM+ Catalog Note: requires a reference to the System.EnterpriseServices.dll assembly Note: applicationID is the name of the COM+ application that contains the components in the assembly - it can be Nothing This version identify the enterprise ...
Saving a MSChart image to file
by Alessandro Piana
To save to file the graph generated by a MSChart control, you must use the control
GetComPlusApplications - Retrieving the installed COM+ applications
by Marco Bellinaso
Returns an array with the names of the installed COM+ Applications Params: the name of the server - defaults to the local server Requires a reference to the COM+ Admin Type Library, in the COM tab of the References dialog box Example: Dim apps() As String = GetComPlusApplications() Dim app ...
ASP components and WebClasses may not print correctly
by Francesco Balena
Printing is one of the things that you can't do directly from withing ASP: to have a printout of your data from ASP you must instantiate a COM component - either a custom component, a WebClass, or a commercial COM server such as Microsoft Word or Excel - and print from there. However, even if ...
Release COM objects immediately
by Francesco Balena
When you use a COM or COM+ from a .NET application and then you set the object reference to Nothing (or let it go out of scope), the object isn't released immediately. The reason: your program communicates with the COM object through a Runtime Callable Wrapper (RCW) object, which is responsible ...
Disable COM+ 1.5 applications and components
by Francesco Balena
COM+ 1.5 (provided with Windows XP) has an interesting feature that is missing in COM+ 1.0: the ability to disable entire COM+ applications or just their individual components. You can disable and re-enable a COM+ application or component by right-clicking on it in the Component Services MMC ...
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