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i am not able to create an object

i am not able to create an object

i am not able to create an object

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MY MTS SERVER IS IN A DIFFERENT NETWORK AND THE CLIENT MACHINES ARE IN ANOTHER NETWORK. I AM ABLE TO EXPORT THE CLIENT (PAK FILES) TO THE CLIENT MACHINES USING ip ADDRESS BUT WHEN I TRY TO CREATE AN OBJECT, IT THROWS AN ERROR STATING " ERR NO. 469 => REMOTE SERVER MACHINE DOES NOT EXIST OR IS NOT AVAILABLE"

PLEASE HELP ME OUT...

RE: i am not able to create an object

You need to run the client EXE on your client machines (as far as I know, the PAK file is not used for anything). The EXE file installs the DLL on the client machine and points any references for it to the MTS Server.

RE: i am not able to create an object

Actually, the PAK file is used on the MTS Server. It is the physical representation of the MTS Package. This should be installed on the server with the actual components. The Client .exe file is installed on each Client machine using DCOM so that the client knows to look on the MTS server for the actual .DLL's (the stubs are located in the Client .exe.

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