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Download the DCOM for Windows 95, Developer Beta

Download the Software AG DCOM Betas for Unix

The Active Group, comprised of users and stakeholders, has been formed to provide stewardship for the ActiveX standard as it is implemented on multiple platforms and operating systems. ActiveX is an industry that currently generates over $240 million a year, per GIGA Information Group.

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DCOM for OpenVMS Field Test
Digital Equipment Corporation has created a site dedicated to implementing Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM) on OpenVMS. This comprehensive site includes information about the DCOM for OpenVMS FT2 (Field Test 2) software as well as how and where to download the OpenVMS kit. The kit contains all the code and documentation that you need to develop DCOM applications and install DCOM for OpenVMS on your OpenVMS Version 7.1 system.

Digital Equipment Corporation has created a Web site dedicated to implementing COM on the 64-bit DIGITAL UNIX Operating System. This comprehensive site includes information about the 64-bit COM Software Development Kit for DIGITAL UNIX as well as a form to request a CD-ROM of the first field test kit. The site also contains information on how to install and configure the COM 64-Bit SDK on DIGITAL UNIX to support COM applications in a heterogeneous Windows NT/DIGITAL UNIX COM environment.

COM for Solaris 1.0 on CD-ROM
Microsoft's COM for Solaris 1.0 on CD-ROM is now available for online purchase. Providing COM for UNIX-based Solaris is another example of Microsoft's commitment to interoperability. The COM for Solaris 1.0 Web page contains pricing and online ordering information for both the CD and Microsoft Technical Support services.

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