Exposing COM+ as a Web Service

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by Ramon Korner, Sep 2, 2003.

  1. Ramon Korner

    Ramon Korner Guest

    I wish to configure a COM+ component to also be accessed
    as a web service. According to MSDN this is done by
    setting the "Use SOAP" check box in the Activation Tab of
    the COM+ component properties in the Component Services
    administrative tool. The Activation Properties for the
    COM+ component are only to set as Server or Library. The
    COM+ Component class Activation Properties are only to
    Enable Object Pooling, Enable Object Construction, Enable
    JIT, Component Supports Events and Statistics, and Must be
    Activated in Caller's context.

    Can anyone please help me identify why this option is not
    appearing in Component Services? I am using .NET
    Framework v1.1.4322 on Windows 2000 SP4 with .NET
    Professional development environment.
    Thanks,
    Ramon.
     
    Ramon Korner, Sep 2, 2003
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  2. COM+ Soap Services is present only in Windows XP onwards, so you may not
    find this check box on Windows 2000 machines.

    Thanks,
    Sudhakar
    "Ramon Korner" <> wrote in message
    news:046501c3719f$50540c10$...
    > I wish to configure a COM+ component to also be accessed
    > as a web service. According to MSDN this is done by
    > setting the "Use SOAP" check box in the Activation Tab of
    > the COM+ component properties in the Component Services
    > administrative tool. The Activation Properties for the
    > COM+ component are only to set as Server or Library. The
    > COM+ Component class Activation Properties are only to
    > Enable Object Pooling, Enable Object Construction, Enable
    > JIT, Component Supports Events and Statistics, and Must be
    > Activated in Caller's context.
    >
    > Can anyone please help me identify why this option is not
    > appearing in Component Services? I am using .NET
    > Framework v1.1.4322 on Windows 2000 SP4 with .NET
    > Professional development environment.
    > Thanks,
    > Ramon.
    >
     
    Sudhakar [MSFT], Sep 3, 2003
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