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Object server is stopping when OLE service contacts it

Object server is stopping when OLE service contacts it

Object server is stopping when OLE service contacts it

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When the COM+ dll does not start automatically through a client activation (automation error on the client) I try to start it manually through the "component services" of the "control panel".  But then I get the following error

=> "An error occured while processing the last operation.  Error code 80080008 - Object server is stopping when OLE service contacts it."

=> visual basic 6.0 dll
=> windows 2000 server

When I restart windows it works fine again for +- 10 days.  It's not always the same dll component that fails...

thanks!

RE: Object server is stopping when OLE service contacts it

can  someone suggest , what could be the solution ?

RE: Object server is stopping when OLE service contacts it

Hi,

Just wondering if you got around the "Object server is stopping when OLE service" error you was receiving last year or point to a website that has a solution.

Many Thanks
Simon

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