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MTS Type Library reference in VB

MTS Type Library reference in VB

MTS Type Library reference in VB

(OP)
I'm trying to compile a component to install in COM+ on a Windows 2000 server. I'm trying to compile the component on a Windows 98 machine in VB 6.0. I can't find the reference for Microsoft Transaction Server Type Library in the references dialog in VB. Does anybody know how to add the MTS type library for compiling?

Thanks,
Clay

RE: MTS Type Library reference in VB

(OP)
After adding Personal Web Server on the Win98 box, the type library is now there!

Clay Haller

RE: MTS Type Library reference in VB

Ok as a curtosy (spelling) if you solve your own problem you should put the resolution so others may benifit from it as well.

For those of you that have the same question the MTS Type Library is actually called

COM+ Services Type Library

This gives you access to GetObjectContext, SetComplete, SetAbort and the rest of the features that the "+" in COM+ actually stands for.

RE: MTS Type Library reference in VB

It is appropriate for you to actually post the solution if you solved your own problem so that others don't have to post the exact same problem you had.

For those wondering the MTS Type Library he is refering to is
COM+ Service Type Library

which enables all "+" part of COM+ such as GetObjectContext, SetComplete, SetAbort, etc.

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