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Upgrading Visual J++ 6.0 Applications That Access COM Components

Visual Studio 2005

You can compile and run a Visual J++ 6.0 Java-language/COM application that accesses COM components in Visual J#.

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How to: Upgrade Visual J++ Applications That Access COM Components

Provides the steps for upgrading a Visual J++ 6.0 application that accesses COM components to Visual J#.

Design Overview: Accessing COM Components

Discusses the design features that allow upgrades of Visual J++ 6.0 applications that access COM components to run in the .NET Framework.

Handling the Threading Model of COM Components

Describes differences between how the threading model for COM objects is handled by the Microsoft Java Virtual Machine (MSVJM) and by the .NET Framework common language runtime.

Related Sections

Upgrading Projects Using Java-Language/COM Interoperability

Discusses the considerations while upgrading Visual J++ 6.0 projects that make use of Java-language/COM interoperability.

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