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HOW-TO: Use Enterprise Services to notify Windows app of ASP.NET activity (C#)

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
 

This is a C# port of the topic I posted here: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-SG/clr/thread/215052d4-4773-4c04-8ca8-92e32d369363 


This is in response to many people who had asked about notifying a applications/services of activity in a web application. Many thanks to Peter Huang of Microsoft for helping me understand Enterprise Services and COM+events in a .NET envrionment!!! keep up the good work!!!
  1. Create New Solution: ComEventDemo
  2. Add new class library project ComEvent
  3. Add new class library project ComEventSink
  4. In ComEvent, open properties and set the following:
    1. Application Tab -> Assembly Information: Check Make Assembly COM visible
    2. Signing Tab -> Check "Sign the assembly",
         in the drop down, select "."
          in the wizard, give the key file a name and uncheck "protect with password"
  5. In ComEvent, Add a reference to "System.EnterpiseServices"
  6. In ComEvent, rename Class1.cs to "DemoEvent.cs"
  7. Add this code to "DemoEvent.cs":  

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