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COM+ Event System Configuration

Updated: December 3, 2008

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

The event system configuration specifies the properties that control the automatic event distribution to Component Object Model (COM) components that subscribe to the COM+ Event System service.

Events

Event ID Source Message

512

Microsoft-Windows-EventSystem

%1%0

4356

Microsoft-Windows-EventSystem

The COM+ Event System failed to create an instance of the subscriber %2. %3 returned HRESULT %1.%0

4359

Microsoft-Windows-EventSystem

The type library "%2" specified in EventClass %3 ("%4") could not be loaded, or is not correct for this EventClass. The HRESULT was: %1.%0

4361

Microsoft-Windows-EventSystem

The COM+ Event System detected a corrupt IEventClass object. The COM+ Event System has removed object ID %2. The publisher will no longer be able to create an instance of the class. The HRESULT was %1.%0

4362

Microsoft-Windows-EventSystem

The COM+ Event System detected a corrupt IEventSubscription object. The COM+ Event System has removed object ID %1. The subscriber will no longer be notified when the event occurs.%0

4612

Microsoft-Windows-EventSystem

The COM+ Event System ran out of memory during its internal processing at line %2 of %1.%0

4620

Microsoft-Windows-EventSystem

The COM+ Event System detected an error trying to query %1 object because the criteria string "%2" contained an error. The approximate location of the error is at character index %3; the criteria sub-text at this location is: "%4".%0

4624

Microsoft-Windows-EventSystem

The COM+ Event System could not apply the filter criteria to subscription %2 because the criteria string "%3" contained an error. The approximate location of the error is at character index %4; the criteria sub-text at this location is "%5". The HRESULT was: %1.%0

Related Management Information

COM+ Event System

Application Server

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