> I created a small COM+ module and used regsvcs to register it.
> However, when I add a reference to the COM+ entry, I get the error
> message that the dll was exported from a CLR assembly and can not be
> re-imported as a CLR assembly. Can I not use a .net COM+ dll in a
> program until I link directly to the DLL or must I use late binding?
> Very confused.
You say that you added a reference to the COM+ entry. What do you mean
by this ?
The Services Installation tool (Regsvcs.exe) registers your class
library in the COM+ Catalog. Now to use this in an application, you
need to add a reference to the Class library (.dll) that was generated.
You can also bind to the assembly at runtime using a configuration file.