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From: Steve Swartz (steveswMICROSOFT.COM)
Date: Wed Dec 12 2001 - 17:48:02 CST
It's the HTML-ized DCOM spec I'm trying to have fixed. The job of
bringing the COM web site up-to-date is beyond my meager abilities. I'm
guessing its content will mostly stay as is, though we will try to fix
up these sorts of link problems as they arise.
By the way, it turns out that the "discuss.microsoft.com" server was
turned off because nobody at Microsoft could figure out who owns the
domain. It turns out that it's owned by lsoft, the company who writes
the listserv software. They maintain it for Microsoft, under a contract
nobody can figure out who's paying. Microsoft is considering bringing
this back in house. Stay tuned for more information....
From: Tim Tabor [mailto:tltaborNYC.RR.COM]
Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2001 1:53 PM
Subject: Re: DCOM spec - 404
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Distributed COM-Based Code [mailto:DCOMDISCUSS.MICROSOFT.COM]On
> Behalf Of Steve Swartz
> The http://www.microsoft.com/com is mostly of historical interest. I
> note under "What's new" an announcement of COM+ in a conference in San
> Diego in 1997. ;)
Hmm, I must have missed that altogether. 8^P
> I'm guessing that what happened here is that the COM spec was
> inadvertently moved or removed from the PSDK, which broke this link.
> I've asked the people who own our PSDK to see if they can fix it.
Thanks for that, Steve. I'm assuming you're also reporting the
url for the DCOM spec?
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