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I have added three COM wrappers to my J++ project for Microsoft Message Queueing (Mail Object, 1.0, and 2.0), and when I compile the project, there seems to be a problem with the return type stdole2.IUnKnown. The error message is "Undefined name 'stdole2.IUnKnown'(J0049)". Does anyone know how to fix this?
 
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This is a real question and as such does not belong in a forum that is supposed to be about the running of JavaRanch itself.
Course I am not sure which forum you would put a Microsoft related question in. The typical reaction is going to be - don't use J++ etc. (not very helpful if you have a real problem).
Perhaps you could try the RMI and Corba forum, since DCOM relates to remote messaging.
 
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msdn.microsoft.com has an article, I would suggest searching on J++ and MSMQ. I read the article and was able to do it no problem. But it's been a long while.

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