Chapter 8. A Simple COM+ Example

By now, you know how to create COM component application types. This chapter begins your journey into COM+ application development. We’ll experiment with several techniques for developing COM+ applications. The journey is worth the effort, because you’ll find that some techniques work better than others do.

After a brief explanation of the importance of GUIDs, the chapter explains how to create a component using the three techniques described in Chapter 5. After you create the component, you’ll learn two ways to register it on the server. Exporting the server application as a proxy comes next. The client creation steps and testing procedure are the last two tasks we’ll perform. In short, by the time you finish this ...

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