Re: DCOM Server configuration question

"Igor Tandetnik" <>
Mon, 18 Feb 2008 16:37:40 -0500
"Peter" <> wrote in message

"Igor Tandetnik" <> wrote in message

"Peter" <> wrote in message

Thanks Igor, but what I'm after is the exact opposite: a single
IIS/ASP web application running on machine A which talks to two
instances of my DCOM component, one running on machine B and the
other on machine C.

The last parameter of CreateObject lets you specify which server to
create the COM object on. Call it twice, to create two instances on
two different machines.

But this will have to be accomplished in ASP/VBScript and I can't see
that "last parameter" when using the ASP Server object's CreateObject

I must admit I know little about ASP. Can't you use the function built
into VBScript?

If push comes to shove, write a tiny in-proc (DLL) server whose only job
would be to create and return the real COM object on an appropriate
machine. See CoCreateInstanceEx.
With best wishes,
    Igor Tandetnik

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