Monday, November 2, 2009

Designing Component-Based Applications

Mary Kirtland, Designing Component-Based Applications
Microsoft Press | ISBN: 0735605238 | 1998 | CHM | 400 pages | 5.49 MB

DESIGNING COMPONENT-BASED DEVELOPMENT is an invaluable primer on writing a distributed application using Microsoft(r) Windows(r) Distributed interNet Architecture (DNA). It begins by providing essential overviews of the technologies that make Windows DNA viable: COM, the standard for component creations; OLE DB and ADO, the ingredients that deliver universal data access; Active Server Pages (ASP), for integration and presentation; Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS), the server side of the equation and the key to scalability; and MSMQ, the messaging services that extend MTS for the enterprise.



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