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Microsoft® Visual J#™ .NET (Core Reference) by John/Longshaw, Andy Sharp

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Building a Serviced Component

You’ve learned how to consume a serviced component from J# and how to subscribe to a loosely-coupled event. It’s now time to look at how a serviced component can be implemented in J#.

To provide a little relief from cakes, the upcoming examples use data from the Northwind Traders database that ships with the .NET Framework SDK and that was described in Chapter 1. This database holds information about products supplied by Northwind Traders, registered customers that can place orders for those products, and the details of those orders. Information about the goods ordered is held in two tables called Orders and Order Details. When a customer places an order, a new entry is added to the Order table and the individual order ...

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