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Registering COM servers

Registering COM servers

Registering COM servers

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Hi All,
I am creating an Installer for my Delphi application which consists of several in-process and out-of-process COM servers.

I want to be able to programmatically register these servers using the Installer.

I think I know how to register the in-process COM servers :-
> link the DLL and call the DllRegisterServer() method.

but how would I register the out-of-process servers without executing them ? (they display a form which would look out of place during the Install process).

Or should I manually create the entries in thr registry ?

mny tnx.
Dachyon

RE: Registering COM servers

If it's an EXE COM server, it should support the /RegServer command line option, to silently self-register.

RE: Registering COM servers

Hi,

I'm trying to make my C# application out of process. How do i do this?

Thanks

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