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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780136438267
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
  • Publication date: 3/28/1993
  • Pages: 1024
  • Product dimensions: 6.95 (w) x 9.17 (h) x 2.16 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Audience
Applicability
Purpose
Document Usage
Related Documents
Typographic and Keying Conventions
Problem Reporting
Pathnames of Directories and Files in DCE Documentation
Pt. 1 Overview of DCE Application Development
Ch. 1 DCE Application Development Steps 1-1
Ch. 2 Guidelines for Server Writers 2-1
Ch. 3 A Sample DCE Application 3-1
Pt. 2 DCE Threads
Ch. 4 Introduction to Multithreaded Programming 4-1
Ch. 5 Thread Concepts and Operations 5-1
Ch. 6 Programming with Threads 6-1
Ch. 7 Using the DCE Threads Exception-Returning Interface 7-1
Ch. 8 DCE Threads Example 8-1
Pt. 3 DCE Remote Procedure Call
Pt. 3A Using Remote Procedure Call
Ch. 9 Introduction to Remote Procedure Calls 9-1
Ch. 10 Basic DCE RPC Components 10-1
Ch. 11 Building an Application 11-1
Ch. 12 Effects of Remoteness 12-1
Ch. 13 Basic DCE RPC Runtime Operations 13-1
Ch. 14 Advanced DCE RPC Topics 14-1
Ch. 15 Name Service Interface Usage 15-1
Ch. 16 Guidelines for Error Handling 16-1
Pt. 3B Language Syntax and Usage
Ch. 17 Interface Definition Language 17-1
Ch. 18 Attribute Configuration Language 18-1
Pt. 3C Supplemental Information
Ch. 19 Summary of Runtime Routines 19-1
Ch. 20 Language Grammar Synopsis 20-1
Ch. 21 Using NCS in a DCE RPC Environment 21-1
Pt. 4 DCE Directory Service
Ch. 22 DCE Directory Service Overview 22-1
Pt. 4A CDS Application Programming
Ch. 23 Programming in the CDS Namespace 23-1
Ch. 24 XDS and the DCE Cell Namespace 24-1
Pt. 4B GDS Application Programming
Ch. 25 GDS API: Concepts and Overview 25-1
Ch. 26 XOM Programming 26-1
Ch. 27 XDS Programming 27-1
Ch. 28 Sample Application Programs 28-1
Pt. 4C XDS/XOM Supplementary Information
Ch. 29 XDS Interface Description 29-1
Ch. 30 XDS Class Definitions 30-1
Ch. 31 XDS Errors 31-1
Ch. 32 Basic Directory Contents Package 32-1
Ch. 33 MHS Directory User Package 33-1
Ch. 34 Global Directory Service Package 34-1
Ch. 35 Information Syntaxes 35-1
Ch. 36 XOM Service Interface 36-1
Ch. 37 Object Management Package 37-1
Pt. 5 DCE Distributed Time Service
Ch. 38 Introduction to the Distributed Time Service API 38-1
Ch. 39 Time-Provider Interface 39-1
Ch. 40 DTS API Routines Programming Example 40-1
Pt. 6 DCE Security Service
Ch. 41 Overview of Security 41-1
Ch. 42 Authentication 42-1
Ch. 43 Authorization 43-1
Ch. 44 The Registry Application Program Interface 44-1
Ch. 45 The Login Application Program Interface 45-1
Ch. 46 The Key Management Application Program Interface 46-1
Ch. 47 The Access Control List Application Program Interfaces 47-1
Ch. 48 The ID Map Application Program Interface 48-1
Pt. 7 DCE Distributed File Service
Ch. 49 DCE Distributed File Service Overview 49-1
Ch. 50 General Cache Manager Operations 50-1
Ch. 51 Manipulating Filesets 51-1
Ch. 52 The BOS Server: Monitoring File Server Processes 52-1
Index Index-1
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