Chapter 8. Component Services

Terms you'll need to understand:

  • COM+

  • COM interface

  • Context

  • Distributed Transaction Coordinator

  • Just-in-time (JIT) activation

  • Object pooling

  • Queued component

  • Transaction

Techniques you'll need to master:

  • Implementing a serviced component

  • Registering and configuring a serviced component

  • Using COM+ services such as object pooling, just-in-time activation, automatic transactions and queued components

  • Managing a serviced component by using the Component Services tool

The .NET Framework is designed to work well with COM+, the enterprise infrastructure provided by Windows. COM+ incorporates functionality for security, reliability, availability, efficiency, and scalability as part of the operating system infrastructure. As a result, programmers ...

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