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This book is for experienced Microsoft COM developers who want to advance to building component-based applications with the COM+ services available with Windows 2000. Assuming familiarity with classic COM, it focuses on the added services of COM+, including support for transactions, queued components, events, concurrency management, and security. COM and .NET Component Services is the first book to stress the importance of learning to use COM+ services for both .NET and COM component-based applications. Since most companies have considerable investment in existing code base and development skills, COM+ can serve as a migration path for companies and developers. Companies can start (or continue) their projects in COM, using COM+ as a supporting platform for component services, and then when the time comes to move to .NET, they can start plugging .NET components seamlessly into the same architecture.
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