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Frequently Asked Questions - Remote Automation
1. How do I raise events from service objects to clients that are accessing the service remotely?
Refer to the article Raising Events from Remote DCOM Objects using the NT Service Toolkit
2. My Service was working fine, but after I recompiled my Service EXE, I cannot remotely access the exposed objects.
Be sure that you also recreate the VBR file and distribute that along with your new Service EXE file when you recompile your Service EXE. Each time a Service EXE is created, the Service Configuration Wizard creates a new GUID for the exposed objects.
3. I am exposing a client object from my service, this seems to result in a memory leak when they are created.
Be sure you are using the latest service template file, then rebuild your Service EXE to fix this problem.
Another thing you might be seeing is the initial thread pool allocation. Exposing the client object for creation has a little overhead the first time, the overhead size is dependent on the thread pool size specified.
You can also contact Desaware and we can email you the latest files.
4. My Service is attempting to create an instance of another object but is getting an error. I am running in Terminal Server.
This may be a result of a documented Microsoft issue with DCOM and Terminal Server. For more information and a possible solution, please refer to:
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