How to access the com+ service with .NET Remoting

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How to access the com+ service with .NET Remoting

Postby zhenghuan » Wed, 14 Jul 2004 12:08:42 GMT

 How to access the com+ service with .NET Remoting? Any ideas would be appreciated.



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Here is the situation:
I have business layer that runs as com+ component (server activation), and
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