Support WebCast: Microsoft COM+ and the Microsoft .NET Framework

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This WebCast provides an introduction to COM+ services. We will discuss the steps you can use to build and deploy a COM+ component in the managed world. In addition, we will talk about the services exposed by various attributes in the ServicedComponent class and the EnterpriseServices namespace, including object pooling, transactions, events, and security. We will discuss exposing COM+ components through remoting and exposing a COM+ component as a Web Service. We will review deployment of COM+ application proxies and servers. We will also consider best practices to use while designing COM+ applications using the managed libraries. And finally, we will talk about troubleshooting.

This is a Level 200 session that was recorded March 22, 2002 and presented by Srini Ganapathy. Srini has been a Developer support professional for about three years, helping customers develop, deploy, and debug COM, MTS, and COM+ solutions. Before joining PSS, he developed and tested enterprise-wide applications using Microsoft technologies. Srini has experience with coding in C++, MFC, COM, Visual Basic, and for databases. He has a master's degree in statistics.

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Article ID: 324813 - Last Review: October 26, 2013 - Revision: 3.6
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