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Run time error while using GeobjectContext.createInstance

Run time error while using GeobjectContext.createInstance

Run time error while using GeobjectContext.createInstance

I am devloping com component for mts for acid transactions with oracle data base
Consider a simple activex.dll
component where i am defining 2 classes with single functions add on first and suptract on second
all the transactions properties set to required and instancing property to multiuse,
i want to create the instanse of first class in the second class and call add funtion and subtract some value.
in the same transaction.
where i try to use getobjectcontext.createinstance("prj.class1")
when i deploy this component on mts and try to access second class it give me run time error
error 5. Invalid procedure call.
Why it is happing can any body tell me
i am using Nt server 4.0 with sp 6.0
and vb 6.0,and option pack 4.0



RE: Run time error while using GeobjectContext.createInstance

The object which you are trying to include in a transaction should be called with "getobjectcontext.createinstance("prj.class1").

Have a root class which would call these two functions to perform(which are in two different classes).

Make a call from root to both these classes and call the setcomplete/setabort method.

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