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CodeModelLanguageConstants Class     
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A constant specifying the language used to author the code....

ObjectPutEventArgs Class     
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Holds event data for the ObjectPut event....

WaitForChangedResult Structure     
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Contains information on the change that occurred....

Using the Web Services and COM+ Event System in the .Net Application.     
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The Web Services are a url-address driven resources to perform a specific application service. In the logical business model the Web services represent reusable components - processors to obtain or change the distributed business state. The application business behavior can be notified using a loosely coupled event (LCE) system supported by COM+ services. It's based on the Publisher/Subscriber design pattern. This article describes how to integrate the Web Services into the COM+ Event System in ...

Using COM+ Services in .NET     
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Add new Microsoft .NET components to existing COM and COM+ applications and they will be able to work together; this will help you if you need to develop a .NET application that can do things like participate in transactions, take advantage of role-based security, or interact with a queue....

Regasm2.exe – The .Net/COM+ Installation Tool.     
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This article describes how to design, build and install .Net Application into the COM+ Catalog without using the ServicedComponent class in your application. The solution shows retrieving the assembly and class attributes (included custom) from the assembly file and their storing into the COM+ Catalog Objects using the C# language....

Transaction Control     
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This article describes how to run local and distributed transactions in your Microsoft .NET applications....

O COM+, Where Art Thou?     
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It is easy to say that EnterpriseServices in Microsoft .NET gives us access to all the COM+ features. While this is accurate, it really isn't sufficient because it may lead you to believe that you should just continue to use COM+ services in Microsoft .NET just as you did in COM, only with a different name....

UInt32Converter Class     
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This converter can only convert a 32-bit unsigned integer object to and from a string.The UInt32 value type represents unsigned integers with values ranging from 0 to 4,294,967,295. This data type is not supported in Visual Basic....

PropertyTabAttribute Class     
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A property tab can add additional property tabs to expose property information other than its default set of properties....

Queue Class     
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Queues are useful for storing messages in the order they were received for sequential processing. This class implements a queue as a circular array. Objects stored in a Queue are inserted at one end and removed from the other. If the number of elements added to the Queue reaches the current capacity, the capacity is automatically increased to accommodate more elements. The capacity can be decreased by calling TrimToSize....

CodeObject Class     
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This class is the base class for most CodeDOM objects....

Doing Collections with Inheritance     
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This article has been revised to reflect upcoming changes from beta 2 to RTM of Visual Basic .NET....

Microsoft Application Blocks for .NET     
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The Data Access Application Block is a .NET component that contains optimized data access code that will help you call stored procedures and issue SQL text commands against a SQL Server database. It returns SqlDataReader, DataSet, and XmlReader objects. You can use it as a building block in your own .NET application to reduce the amount of custom code you need to create, test, and maintain. The download provides full C# and Visual Basic .NET source code and comprehensive documentation....

A Portal for My Data     
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With it comes to retrieving data in an n-tier application. We often design our systems in a way that forces us to figure out a different way to get each type of data, calling a different service, object, or method each time. To get customer data, we call the GetCustomer method of the CustomerService. To get product data, we call the Product method of a WebProduct service. This can get confusing!...

Understanding Enterprise Services (COM+) in .NET     
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This article requires some familiarity with the Microsoft®.NET Framework and COM+ services. Familiarity with Enterprise Services is not necessary but would be helpful....

Using the Remoting Callbacks in .Net Applications     
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This article describes how to implement an asynchronous remoting callbacks from different remote objects such as .Net Service (COM+), Web Service and classic .Net object using the C# language....

Take Exception to Errors     
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Exceptions happen?especially if you've structured your C# code properly. If you haven't, you'll be stuck handling errors with simple error-return codes, where you have to mix the algorithms with repeated return value checks to ensure nothing fails.
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Creating COM+ components with .NET Beta2     
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This article assumes prior knowledge of COM+. New in .NET Beta2 is the System.EnterpriseServices namespace. There we’ll find the ServicedComponent class and all the necessary attribute classes needed to create COM+ components. From creation to deployment there are only four basic steps to COM+ component development.

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Writing Exceptional Code     
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I've had some interesting discussions recently about the move from the "error code" style of error handling to the use of exceptions in the .NET world, and that's the main reason I've decided to devote a couple of columns to the subject (the secondary reason being that my column is due tomorrow, and I haven't thought of any other topics).This month, we'll talk about the how's and why's of using exceptions, and next month we'll talk about the ins and outs of writing exception classes....



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