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Building Java™ Enterprise Systems with J2EE™ by Venkata S. R. Krishna R. Chaganti, Paul J. Perrone

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Chapter 18. DCOM Communications

This chapter describes how to enable your distributed applications using Microsoft's Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM). You may one day encounter the need to build either a DCOM client or a DCOM server in the course of your enterprise development endeavors. Using Java to build such DCOM clients and servers is now a possibility with a suite of tools created by Microsoft. Of course, all of this DCOM-enabling is at the expense of binding you to the Microsoft platform and to Microsoft-based development products. Certain ...

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