How do you make a NET component talk to a COM component?




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How do you make a NET component talk to a COM component?..

Answer / virat sarswat

RCW is used for making a NET compnent talk to a com
component.
CCW is used for Com to .NET communication

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How do you make a NET component talk to a COM component?..

Answer / vadivel

To enable the communication between COM and .NET
components, the .NET Framework generates a COM Callable
Wrapper (CCW). The CCW enables communication between the
calling COM code and the managed code. It also handles
conversion between the data types, as well as other
messages between the COM types and the .NET types.

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How do you make a NET component talk to a COM component?..

Answer / phani krishna

Normal DLL's will run in the application memory space,it
will statically link to application.

COMDLL's are run in the global space it will link to the
application at runtime.

If any problem in Normal DLL's it will crash the
application which uses this dlls

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