I am not sure that there are anymore COM developers. But I once wrote a COM DLL that I used in an MFC desktop application that was also used in a web application if that helps.
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I'm investigating ways in which a COM component is exposed to the world wide web, preferably in IIS 7.
..you're posting a question - there's a difference.
Is this an exercise in futility, or do COM developers frequently write components to be executed in a windows desktop application as well as in a web application?
Though I do use COM-controls (written in .NET), they do not run on the webserver, but in the webbrowser. Meaning it has the same limitations as installed software, which has, obviously, the preference.
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