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Here's an interesting scenario, that my colleague was trying to sort-out today
I have couple of web services built using Microsoft.NET which returns DataSet.
The .NET clients are working fine, now I want two other applications to use these web services. One is Classic ASP (ASP3) based and other is PHP (4.x) based.
Any ideas how those two ...
The good thing about .NET is its inter-operateability with older technologies; like COM.
If you are stuck with old platforms (like me J) you may find this post useful. Here you will find how to use ADODB (The classic ADO) with .NET
ADODB expects integer (INT32) parameters for the connection type and command types. The ADODB’s ...
If you want to create a COM in C# (.NET) you might have to follow these steps.
Create a class project.
Create couple of GUIDs, you will be needing atleast two, 1 for interface and other for implementation.
Create an Interface class. Decorate it using attributes in System.Runtime.InteropServices namespace. (Listing 1) You will also ...