Building an MSMQ Application with Raw COM+ Interfaces

Building COM+ applications with native COM+ calls provides many powerful and previouslydocumented COM+ advantages. It, of course, carries with it the overhead of maintaining the generic nature of COM+ interfaces, required IUnknown features, and various initialization and shutdown issues. The great part is that you only have to learn COM+ once, and yet the issues it contends with occur over and over again in a myriad of programming situations. So without further ado, you will build a MSMQ application with native COM.

Your COM+ application versions will not need any explicit linkage adjustments in the project settings. After all, one of the hallmarks of COM+ programming is dynamic interface ...

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