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HOW TO: Create a Serviced .NET Component in Visual Basic .NET (Q312902)     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how to create a serviced .NET component that uses transactions. This article also demonstrates how to create a client that tests your serviced component. Microsoft Enterprise Services provides Microsoft COM+ services to .NET components....

How to use custom configuration data in a Visual Basic .NET component     
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This step-by-step article describes how to use custom configuration files to store the configuration data for your Microsoft Visual Basic .NET components and how to access the custom configuration file in your application.

Your application may have to access a number of .NET components. Your components also require some configuration data such as database connection strings. This configuration data is stored in a custom configuration file....

INFO: Firing the Windows Forms CurrencyManager Events in Visual Basic .NET (Q311543)      
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The CurrencyManager object allows you to synchronize bound controls as a user browses through rows in a table. For example, CurrencyManager allows you to display the correct FirstName and LastName properties in separate, bound TextBox controls as a user browses through the Employees table....

HOW TO: Host a WebBrowser Control in Visual Basic .NET to Post Form Data     
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This article demonstrates how to use the WebBrowser ActiveX control in Visual Basic .NET to post form data. In Visual Basic .NET, you can use the POST method with the WebBrowser ActiveX control to send data to an HTTP server such as Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS)....

Developing the Components for the Middle Tier in visual basic .Net     
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Middle tier equates to the Business tier or Application tier or Logical tier and contains the logic of the application. Middle tier simplifies the client´s access to the database (SQL Server) by isolating the business services from the Database and Presentation tiers. The components of the Application or Business tier are frequently called business services. Middle tier runs on a server and is often called the application server....

How to use ActiveX components in Visual Basic .NET or in Visual Basic 2005     
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This article demonstrates how to use an ActiveX component from within Visual Studio .NET by using Visual Basic .NET or within Visual Studio 2005 by using Visual Basic 2005.
The following list outlines the recommended hardware, software, network infrastructure, and service packs that you need:
• Visual Basic .NET or Visual Basic 2005
This article assumes that you are familiar with the following topics:
• Visual Basic .NET or Visual Basic 2005
• ActiveX...

HOW TO: Set Up a COM Component to Be Used from a .NET Client Across Computer Boundaries     
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This step-by-step article explains how to use a COM dynamic-link library (DLL) from a .NET client across computer boundaries....

HOW TO: Perform a Distributed Transaction with a .NET Provider by Using ServicedComponent in Visual Basic .NET     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how to perform a distributed transaction by using a .NET provider with the ServicedComponent class. Although this article uses the SqlClient .NET provider against a Microsoft SQL Server server, you can also use the ODBC or OLE DB .NET managed provider....

HOW TO: Use ActiveX Components in Visual Studio .NET with Visual Basic .NET (Q315847)      
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This article demonstrates how to use an ActiveX component from within Visual Studio .NET by using Visual Basic .NET.
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HOW TO: Use COM+ Transactions in a Visual Basic .NET Component (Q315707)      
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This step-by-step article shows how to use COM+ (Component Services) transactions in a Visual Basic .NET class. A set of database operations is considered as one unit. The operations either all succeed, or, if one operation fails, the entire transaction fails. In the latter case, any database operations that were attempted are not posted to the underlying database....

How to create and make changes to a custom counter for the Windows Performance Monitor by using Visual Basic .NET     
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This step-by-step article explains how to create a custom performance counter that you can view in the Windows Performance Monitor snap-in....

How to use custom configuration data in a Visual Basic .NET component     
Total Hits: 112  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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This step-by-step article describes how to use custom configuration files to store the configuration data for your Microsoft Visual Basic .NET components and how to access the custom configuration file in your application.

Your application may have to access a number of .NET components. Your components also require some configuration data such as database connection strings. This configuration data is stored in a custom configuration file....



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