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Is the component registered with MTS must be a DLL??

Is the component registered with MTS must be a DLL??

Is the component registered with MTS must be a DLL??

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I have my component made and registered in the some other machine which is seperated from my client machine.
Now when i register that component with MTS on that machine. Now i call the component from my client machine . For that this is a DCOM application. So the component i have made should be an ActiveX EXE as DCOM needs to be an EXE. But i have read that the component registerd with MTS needs to be a DLL. SO both are contradictory.
Please any one can answer it??

RE: Is the component registered with MTS must be a DLL??

DLLHOST.EXE hosts the DLL file otherwise your COM object must support all necessary MTS interfaces itself.

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