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Answer / chandrasekharreddy siddamreddy
1. Defines a binary standard for component interoperability
2. Is programming language-independent
3. Is provided on multiple platforms (Microsoft® Windows®,
4. Microsoft Windows NT™, Apple® Macintosh®, UNIX®)
5. Provides for robust evolution of component-based
applications and systems
6. Is extensible
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Answer / p.eswaran
1. It is Binary Standard, so it supports all the Languages(
java, VC++, VB , .Net ,..)
2. It is already compiled Code.
3. reuse ability.
4. Main Purpose is Client- Server Interaction with in a
Machine.(DCOM for Client- Server Interaction across the
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Answer / aj
Futures of COM
5.Server lifetime management.
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