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If expert Windows 2000 programmers can do it, you can do it too ... Windows 2000 opens new opportunities to applications developers - if you understand how to unleash its full potential. From Windows 2000 programming fundamentals to advanced topics such as COM/COM+ components, distributed COM (DCOM), MTS and MSMQ servers, ISAPI filters and extensions, security, and Active Directory Services, this authoritative reference helps you explore exciting new 2000 features - and delivers all the information you need to ...
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If expert Windows 2000 programmers can do it, you can do it too ... Windows 2000 opens new opportunities to applications developers - if you understand how to unleash its full potential. From Windows 2000 programming fundamentals to advanced topics such as COM/COM+ components, distributed COM (DCOM), MTS and MSMQ servers, ISAPI filters and extensions, security, and Active Directory Services, this authoritative reference helps you explore exciting new 2000 features - and delivers all the information you need to create multi-tier and desktop applications that are truly state of the art. Inside, you'll find complete coverage of Windows 2000 programming
* Get a programmer's eye view of the Windows 2000 DNA services
* Use COM+ to develop distributed component-based, transaction-oriented, and message-oriented applications
* Understand what the enhanced security features of Windows 2000 mean for programmers
* Learn the theory behind Active Directory-aware applications
* Master programming fundamentals for building user interfaces, interacting with the Registry, and using threads
* Grasp Visual C++ MFC and ATL support for building ActiveX and COM+ components
* Package your application for ease of installation and Windows 2000 logo compliance
* Create a new class of Web-based applications using the Internet Information Server, ISAPI, ASP, and DHTML
CD-ROM includes:
* All 800+ source code files written by the author for this book
* Fully searchable version of the book
* Micro House Technical Library demo
* And much more
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764533129
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/13/1999
  • Series: Bible Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1056
  • Product dimensions: 7.41 (w) x 9.15 (h) x 2.02 (d)

Meet the Author

About the Author John Mueller is a freelance author and technical editor. He has writing in his blood, having produced 43 books and almost 200 articles to date. The topics range from networking to artificial intelligence and from database management to heads down programming. Some of his current books include an ActiveX/ISAPI programmer's guide and a Windows NT Web server handbook. His technical editing skills have helped over 23 authors refine the content of their manuscripts, some of which are certification related. In addition to book projects, John has provided technical editing services to both Data-based Advisor and Coast Compute magazines. A recognized authority on computer industry certifications, he's also contributed certification-related articles to magazines like Certified Professional Magazine. When John isn't working at the computer, you can find him in his workshop. He's an avid woodworker and candle maker. On any given afternoon, you might find him working at a lathe or putting the finishing touches on a bookcase. One of his newest craft projects is glycerine soap making, which comes in pretty handy for gift baskets. You can reach John on the Internet at JMueller@mwt.net. John is also setting up a new Web site at http://www.mwt.net/~jmueller/; feel free to take a look and make suggestions to improve it.
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Table of Contents

Preface.

Acknowledgments.

PART I: Fundamentals.

Chapter 1: Getting Started.

Chapter 2: A Programmer's Overview of Windows 2000.

Chapter 3: Building a Simple Application.

Chapter 4: Enhancing the Desktop Interface.

Chapter 5: Working with the Registry.

Chapter 6: Programming Multithreaded Applications.

PART II: Programming Web-based Windows 2000 Applications.

Chapter 7: Programming HTML Client Applications.

Chapter 8: Programming ISAPI Extensions.

Chapter 9: Programming ISAPI Filters.

PART III: Programming COM+ Applications.

Chapter 10: Using ASP.

Chapter 11: Understanding ActiveX and COM.

Chapter 12: Building ActiveX, COM, and COM+ Components Fundamentals.

Chapter 13: Building ActiveX and COM+ Components Advanced Topics.

Chapter 14: Understanding the Distributed Component Object Model.

Chapter 15: Programming Transaction-Oriented Applications with Microsoft Transaction Server.

Chapter 16: Building Asynchronous Message-Oriented Applications with Microsoft Message Queue Server.

PART IV: Working with Windows 2000 Distributed Services.

Chapter 17: Building a Simple Application.

Chapter 18: Windows 2000 Security: Advanced Topics.

Chapter 19: Active Directory Services Fundamentals.

Chapter 20: Active Directory Services Advanced Topics.

Chapter 21: Creating Administrative Tools.

Chapter 22: Packaging and Deploying Windows NT Applications.

Chapter 23: Tuning and Performance Issues.

PART V: Appendixes.

Appendix A: What's on the CD-ROM?

Appendix B: Services.

Appendix C: Windows 2000 Logo Requirements.

Glossary.

Index.

End-User License Agreement.

CD Installation Instructions.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 16, 2000

    Finally, a book written by a professional, for professionals.

    I've looked at quite a few programming books in my 11 years of programming and this one is near the top of my list. Instead of boring me with too much theory or gee whiz garbage, this book provides just enough background information so that I understand the example code that follows. The example code is a little broad, I would have preferred something more specific, but I still ended up learning quite a bit. I love the tips and Internet sources that the author provides, but I wish there was an index for them. It takes forever to find what I need when I'm in a hurry. I contacted the author and he said he will add this index to his Web site. Overall, there are very few nits to pick with this book. All of the code works and the theory is right on the mark. The only thing I would have preferred is more short examples showing specific coding techniques. This book is a very good buy for anyone who likes a mix of theory and full fledged programming examples.

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