This section will show you some of the more powerful features of COM+ and how to write code that utilizes those technologies, such as loosely coupled events and queued components.
In the .NET Framework, you can write code that subscribes to events published by other classes. The classes that publish events can reside in other assemblies or within the same assembly. One thing those classes can't do is publish events when the client applications aren't running.
With the COM+ loosely coupled event system, an event publisher (also a serviced component) can publish an event without knowing the list of subscribers. COM+ will handle transmitting the event to all subscribers, including activating dormant components that have registered ...