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Transition from COM to COM+

The Component Object Model (COM) technology from Microsoft is a specification that enables software components developed using different languages and platforms to interact with each other.

Regardless of the language or operating system used for developing this software, the components can interact if they are developed using COM technology. Due to COM, applications are no longer restricted to a single large executable file. Further, changes in any one of the tiers in an n-tier application do not affect the rest of the application. For example, if a particular business rule in the organization changes, then changes must be made only in the respective component. The rest of the application need not recompiled.

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