As I’m introducing myself to the .Net Framework so that I’m not bound to working only on Java projects, I quickly ran into registering COM objects on a remote host. I didn’t realize until a day or so into my problem that the reason I didn’t have a problem on my development environment was that the register for COM property of the project was checked. Obviously a real development effort would include an installer or setup package of some type, but this was just some quick work to create sample code for a learning course. While it seems like it is going to be a case of the blind leading the blind, I appreciate the opportunity to delve into something different, even if it is under the steel curtain of Microsoft. I finally decided to take the middle road (also known as doing things “half-assed”) and write some VBScript that will register my custom application component libraries I create to customize the application. It’s crude and I am embarrassed that this is my first code post but it’s something.
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