To add the serviced components in your assembly to a COM+ application, you need to register that assembly with COM+. You can perform that registration in three ways:
Manually, using a command line utility called
Dynamically, by having the client program register your assembly automatically.
Programmatically, by writing code that does the registration for you using a utility class provided by .NET.
Regardless of the technique you use, the registration process adds your serviced components to a COM+ application and configures them according to the default COM+ settings or according to their attributes (if present in the code). If the assembly contains incompatible attributes, the incompatibility is detected during registration and the registration is aborted. Future versions of the .NET compilers may detect incompatibilities during compilation time.