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Microsoft Intermediate Language and Metadata
Class Loader
Just In Time Compiler
Automatic Memory Management
The Manifest
Shared Names
Global Assembly Cache
Common Type System
NConverting type libraries to .NET namespaces
Converting Type Libraries to .NET Namespaces
Maintaining COM Object Lifetime
Proxying Interfaces
Marshalling Method Calls
Threading Issues
NConverting assemblies to COM type libraries
Converting Assemblies to COM Type Libraries
Registering Assemblies with COM
COM Callable Wrapper
Maintaining Object Lifetime
Standard COM Interfaces: IUnknown & IDispatch
Activation Lifecycle
Design Guidelines for .NET Components
NACID requirements
ACID Requirements
Understanding the COM+ Transaction Process
Logical Transaction Lifecycle
Physical Transaction Lifecycle
JITA, Synchronization, and AutoComplete
Developing the Root and Worker Objects
Understanding Windows Security
Special Accounts
Authenticating over the Wire
Understanding Authentication in IIS
Using the COM+ Security Model
Authentication & Authorization
Role-based Security
Understanding Security Scope
NUnderstanding the need for LCEs
Understanding the Need for LCEs
.NET Event Architecture
Comparing TCE Events to COM+ LCE
The LCE Architecture
Understanding Subscriptions
COM+ Attributes
Controlling Subscriber Notification Order
Writing LCE Components in C#
Your First LCE Component
Creating Subscriptions by Using ComponentServices Explorer
.NET Framework EventClass Attribute
Using Transactions with Events
NUnderstanding object pooling
Understanding Object Pooling
When to Use Object Pooling
Object Pooling Attributes
Object Pooling and Scalability
Object Pooling and Nondeterministic Finalization
Requirements for Poolable Objects
Requirements for Transactional Objects
Object Pooling in C#
Pooled and Nonpooled Components
Analyzing the Client
Making the Case for Queued Components
Introduction to Microsoft MessageQueue
Installing MSMQ
Understanding Queues
MSMQ Messages
Developing MSMQ Applications by Using C#
Understanding Queued Components in COM+
Client and Server Requirements
Recorder, Listener, and Player
Instantiating Queued Components
Exception Handling
Queued Component Design Considerations
Using Other COM+ Services with Queued Components
Role-Based Security
Loosely Coupled Events
NA HelloWorld queued component
HelloWorld Queued Component
Loosely Coupled Events and Queued Components
Exception Classes
.NET Remoting Framework
Marshaling Defined
Endpoint Defined
Well-known Objects
Marshaling by Reference Versus Marshaling by Value
Activating a Remote Object
Remote Object Lifetime
Introduction to SOAP
HTTP Header
SOAP Message
Remoting ServicedComponents
SingleCall Component Using SOAP and HTTP
SingleCall Component Using Binary FormatterandTCP
Client-Activated ServicedComponent
NNew features of COM+ 1.5
New Features of COM+ 1.5
COM+ Applications as Services
Application Partitions
Application Process Dump
Component Aliasing
Configurable Isolation Levels
Low-Memory Activation Gates
Process Recycling
Application Pooling
New Features of IIS 6.0
New Server Architecture
Application Pools and Web Gardens
Server Modes
Worker-Process Management
ASP Template Cache Tuning
XML Support for the Metabase
New Features of MSMQ
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Hungry Minds - C Sharp COM+ Programming

Hungry Minds - C Sharp COM+ Programming

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