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Programming Distributed Applications With COM And Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0

by Ted Pattison

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Microsoft's DCOM is the key technology for enterprise development for the Windows platform. Written for the working Visual Basic developer or project manager, Programming Distributed Applications with COM and Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 introduces the basics of DCOM objects in a clear style. All examples are written in Visual Basic, and the reader learns about new Microsoft BackOffice technologies such as Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS) (for transaction processing) and Microsoft Message Queue Server (MSMQ) (for message queuing). If your shop uses Microsoft tools, Visual Basic 6 stands ready to write today's scalable distributed applications using DCOM. This well-organized text shows you how DCOM works and what advantages it offers for today's enterprise developer using Visual Basic 6. --Richard Dragan

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In order to create scalable, distributed objects with Visual Basic, a programmer must understand the underlying architecture and complexities of Microsoft's Component Object Model (COM)-information that until now has been primarily available in resources aimed at the C++ programmer. PROGRAMMING DISTRIBUTED APPLICATIONS WITH COM AND MICROSOFT VISUAL BASIC 6.0 teaches COM fundamentals in language Visual Basic programmers understand, and explains how to exploit the significant COM-based capabilities in Visual Basic 6.0. Businesses that can leverage existing VB proficiency to develop business objects in the middle tier can realize tremendous gains in their enterprise development strategy.



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