Re: Global Interface Table GIT: More than one process possible?
You can't achieve that easily. You'll need to roll your own
Why is it important that you share the same object? Can't
you simply create another object in the remote server?
Your server COM object can be a flyweight deferring to
an internal singleton for example.
Microsoft MVP [VC], MCSD
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"Hans Stoessel" <email@example.com> wrote in message
In my application I use a DLL who make a connect via DCOM to a
single-threaded object. In my system, my application can have more than
one thread who runs simultaneous. And it is also possible, that my
application runs more than one time. This means it is possible that my
application runs more than one time (more than one process) and eyery from
this processes can have more than one thread. My DLL makes a connect (COM)
to a single-threaded application as I said. I can make only one connection
at one time.
Now my problem:
I can share this connection using the Global Interface Table between the
threads of a process of my application (marshalling?). That works. But if
I have more than one process, I can't share it via GIT.
- Is it possible to share a COM object between several processes?
- How could I do that?
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