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This book is an example oriented practical guide teaching you the correct way to write components alongside design issues, architecture and data access. By teaching you how to write a component in VB, the book teaches you COM along the way.

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Overview

This book is an example oriented practical guide teaching you the correct way to write components alongside design issues, architecture and data access. By teaching you how to write a component in VB, the book teaches you COM along the way.

About the authors

Richard Anderson
Richard Anderson is a professional software developer who has over 10 years experience of Microsoft Technologies. He is a recognized authority in many areas, and has written material for several books as well as technically reviewing many others. Richard spends his daytime as senior systems architect for a medium sized electronic commerce company, and spends his spare time living the COM lifestyle, keeping his wife Sam happy, and eating curries.

Brian Francis
Brian is a Senior Developer with NCR's Human Interface Technology Center in Atlanta, Georgia. At the HITC, Brian is responsible for prototyping and developing advanced applications that apply superior human interfaces as developed at the Center. His tools of choice include Visual Basic, Visual C++, Java, and all of the Microsoft Internet products. Brian has developed and deployed Multimedia Kiosk applications, Computer-based Training applications, and other advanced user interface prototypes for the past three years.

Alex Homer
Alex Homer lives and works in the idyllic rural surroundings of Derbyshire, UK. His software company, specializes in office integration and Internet-related development, and produces a range of vertical application software. He has worked with Wrox Press on several projects.

Simon Robinson
Former academic who specialized in post-doctorate computational physics & mathematical modeling, mostly in quantum physics and superconductors. He subsequently worked as 50% programmer and 50% evaluation / researcher for Lucent Technologies, until June 1999, and now works freelance. He has 11 years continuous programming experience. A recognized expert in COM/DCOM/ATL, ADSI, Active Directory, MFC, LDAP, C++, VB and MMC.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781861002884
  • Publisher: Wrox Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 7/29/1999
  • Series: Professional Series
  • Pages: 864
  • Product dimensions: 7.29 (w) x 9.16 (h) x 1.88 (d)

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What's Great About this Book?
ASP is in its high growth phase Information on ASP Components scarce and in demand Covers all the major hot topics for component creation : MTS, ADSI, RDO, ADO, CDO, Services, MSMQ Written by real industry component creators and established ASP gurus. Who is this Book for?
Experienced VB programmers who have some awareness of COM aims and objectives Intermediate ASP developers with VB knowledge.
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Table of Contents

1 Starting Out With Components
2 Components and Interfaces with Visual Basic
3 Interfacing with Hosting Environments
4 Universal Data Access Through ADO and COM
5 Application Architecture and ASP Component Design
6 Introducing MTS
7 Transactions, Scalability, and Resource Management
8 Interacting with Microsoft Message Queues
9 Interacting with Directories via ADSI
10 Writing C++ Components Using the Active Template Library
11 Developing an ASP Component Using C++
12 Threading, Scope, and Performance
13 Accessing Databases with ATL: the OLE DB Consumer Templates
14 MTS - Transactional Data Access and the ASP Intrinsic Objects in C++
Case Studies
15 Document Management Case Study: Part I
16 Document Management Case Study: Part II
17 The Rocks Cinema Application
Appendices
A The Active Server Pages Object Model
B ADO Object Summary
C Microsoft Transaction Server Type Library Reference
D Microsoft Message Queue Library Reference
E COM and the System Registry
F Support and Errata
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2001

    Good For Using COM

    This book really helped for the use of COM objects from ASP. Seems to cover a lot of ground that if you were a VB developer you shoud know such as MTS, transactions and such. Good overall reading and written in a style that a beginner can understand.

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