COM+ Programming: A Practical Guide Using Visual C++ and ATL (With CD-ROM)
Prentice Hall PTR | September 22, 2000 | ISBN: 0130886742 | CHM | Pages 560 | 1.64 MB
*Maximizing COM/COM+ software reusability and scalability: practical solutions!
*Developing robust enterprise COM+ applications: Proven guidelines and sample code
*In-depth coverage: IDL interface design, COM+ synchronization, transactions, queuing, security, events, and more
*Techniques for administering distributed component environments
Maximizing COM/COM+ reuse and scalability: practical, enterprise-class solutions!
If you're ready to develop COM/COM+ enterprise applications, start with this practical, solutions-focused guide! Using case studies and real-world code examples, Hewlett-Packard COM/COM+ expert Pradeep Tapadiya presents COM and COM+ in detail, from a developer's perspective. You'll master powerful techniques for improving reusability, scalability, and robustness-and discover how to avoid the traps and pitfalls that await the unwary. Tapadiya demonstrates today's best approaches to designing interfaces, building COM servers, dealing with transactions, and more, including:
*In-depth coverage of interface design with IDL
*A full chapter on maximizing the scalability of COM/COM+ applications
*Maximizing security in distributed, component-based environments
*COM+ synchronization, apartments, activities, and event notification
*Working with queued components
*Administering distributed component environments
Whether you're new to component development, migrating to COM+ and Windows 2000, or an experienced developer seeking powerful new techniques, you'll find the answers in COM+ Programming: A Practical Guide Using Visual C++ and ATL.