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Extending ColdFusion to incorporate Microsoft's Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM) is a powerful way to expand the capabilities of the application server on the Microsoft platform. We'll view DCOM through ColdFusion and cover some of the features and pitfalls of using these technologies together. The examples here are made in conjunction with Visual Basic's support of the distributed interface. By the end of this article you should be able to start planning the framework for your DCOM-enabled ColdFusion applications. DCOM is a derivative of COM, Microsoft's interface definition standard. COM provides a medium for developers to create interoperable interfaces and a means to connect to any COM-compliant service, regardless of implementation language or process space. DCOM extends COM functionality by providing distributed services such as transport, security an... (more)