COM-to-.NET Interoperability—The Basics

  • Andrew Troelsen


The previous three chapters drilled into the process of interacting with COM types from.NET applications. This chapter begins to look at the inverse proposition: COM applications making use of.NET types. Even though we developers may wish to bid a fond farewell to classic COM and focus exclusively on.NET development, chances are quite good that many of us will be forced to develop software using both architectures for some time to come. As such, it is important to understand how a COM type can make use of the functionality contained in a given .NET assembly.


Type Information Public Class Object Interface Late Binding Class Interface 
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© Andrew Troelsen 2002

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