Beginning Components for ASP

Beginning Components for ASP

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ISBN-13: 9781861002884
Publisher: Apress
Publication date: 07/29/1999
Series: Professional Series
Edition description: 1999
Pages: 864
Product dimensions: (w) x (h) x 0.07(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.

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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Beginning Components for ASP 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
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.