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COM

COM

  • Author: Dale Rogerson
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781572313491
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 376
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Here is a developer's guide to using the industry-leading component object model to build efficient, robust OLE components and ActiveX controls. This book will give the reader knowledge to better use OLE interfaces and create ActiveX components.

Inside Microsoft Windows CE

Inside Microsoft Windows CE

  • Author: John Murray
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781572318540
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 291
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Presents an overview of the Windows CE operating system with details on its architecture, design, and development

Inside ODBC

Inside ODBC

  • Author: Kyle Geiger
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 482
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Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) is a standard API for accessing information from different data storage formats and programming interfaces. Support for ODBC is not limited to Microsoft; it's now an industry standard that nearly all DBMS vendors and major independent software vendors support. Inside ODBC, written by the architect of ODBC, Kyle Geiger, dispels the confusion about this technology by explaining its design, its architecture, and some of its history. Important considerations for the next release of ODBC - version 3.0 - are also covered. This is truly the inside story of ODBC, the key ingredient of next-generation client/server computing. For technical managers in corporate information systems groups, developers of ODBC-enabled drivers and applications, those involved in the process of downsizing from mainframes to distributed client/server computing, and database users who have heard of ODBC but don't really understand it, this book is essential reading.

Inside COM+ Base Services

Inside COM+ Base Services

  • Author: N.A
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9780735607286
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 660
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An in-depth architectural overview of COM+ component technologies for enterprise developers, this book offers a detailed look by providing implementation details and sample code. Content includes scalability, queued components and MSMQ, the in-memory database, and role-based security.

Inside OLE

Inside OLE

  • Author: Kraig Brockschmidt
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781556158438
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 1194
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OLE is a unified and extensible environment of object-based services with the overall purpose of enabling rich integration between components. As Microsoft's object technology, it represents major innovations in object-based programming, making it possible to create applications and software components with unprecedented capabilities. But with this power comes additional complexity and new programming paradigms. Inside OLE provides both a clear tutorial and a strong set of example programs, giving you the tools to incorporate OLE into your own development projects. Written by a member of the Microsoft OLE team, this book truly gives you the insider's perspective on the power of OLE for creating the next generation of innovative software. Inside OLE provides detailed coverage and reference material on OLE and object fundamentals: Objects and interfaces, connectable objects, custom components and the Component Object Model, and Local/Remote Transparency; storage and naming technologies: Structured storage and compound files, persistent objects, and naming and binding; data transfer, viewing, and caching: Uniform Data Transfer, viewable objects, data caching, OLE Clipboard, and OLE Drag and Drop; OLE Automation and OLE Property: Automation controllers; property pages, changes, and persistence; OLE Documents: OLE Documents and embedding containers; OLE Documents and local embedding servers; in-process object handlers and servers; linking containers; and in-place activation (visual editing) for containers and objects; and OLE Controls and the future of OLE: OLE Controls, future enhancements, and component software. If you're interested in fully exploring and understanding OLE and component software, there's no better source than Inside OLE.

Inside C#

Inside C#

  • Author: Tom Archer,Andrew Whitechapel
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9780735616486
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 873
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For years, developers have wished for a programming language with the power and flexibility of C++ that's also easy to write, read, and maintain like Microsoft "RM" Visual Basic "RM". Visual C# "TM", the hot new Web-enabled programming language from Microsoft, satisfies those wishes. Its object-oriented, programmer-friendly capabilities make it vastly easier to learn and use than older languages such as C++ -- especially for developing Web application. "Inside C#" provides the ideal in-depth look at the architecture and programming elements of Microsoft Visual C#. While other books may concentrate on C# development and runtime environments, this book is devoted to the language itself. It will have an exceptionally long shelf life, since the core C# language will change very little over time, while environments such as Microsoft Visual Studio "RM" may change yearly. This book is perfect for any Visual Basic developer who wants to move up to the next-generation language, and for any Visual C++ developer who wants an eaisier language to use for developing Web-enabled applications for the Internet. It includes tips throughout that highlight differences between Visual Basic, C++, and C# to help select the best language for the job, plus C# sample code both in the text and on an accompanying CD.

Essential COM

Essential COM

  • Author: Don Box
  • Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
  • ISBN: 9780201634464
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 440
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Shows developers how COM operates and how to use it to create efficient and stable programs consistent with the COM philosophy, allowing disparate applications and components to work together across a variety of languages, platforms, and host machines. Original. (Advanced).

Inside the Microsoft Windows 98 Registry

Inside the Microsoft Windows 98 Registry

  • Author: Günter Born
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781572318243
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 495
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Features an extensive overview on Registry that covers RegEdit, .INF, and more; defines ideas and features of the Registry so that they are compatible with Windows; and covers such topics as registering file name extensions, customizing the desktop, Start Menu, Control Panel, programming issues, and much more. Original. (Intermediate).

Inside Windows NT

Inside Windows NT

  • Author: Helen Custer
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781556154812
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 385
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Microsoft Windows NT is the foundation of the new 32-bit operating system designed to support the most powerful workstation and server systems. The initial developer support for Windows NT has been phenomenal--developers have demonstrated more than 50 Windows NT applications only months after receiving the pre-release version of the software. This authoritative text--by a member of the Windows NT development group--is a a richly detailed technical overview of the design goals and architecture of Windows NT. (Operating Systems)

Inside Microsoft SQL Server 6.5

Inside Microsoft SQL Server 6.5

  • Author: Ron Soukup
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781572313316
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 819
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With CDROM Ron Soukup, former general manager for the SQL Server product and current SQL team guru, has penned this comprehensive guide for those who develop this important database tool. The book covers all frequently asked questions about SQL Server. The CD includes all SQL Server documents--the ideal tool for handy reference or for

Learning DCOM

Learning DCOM

  • Author: Thuan L. Thai
  • Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
  • ISBN: 1449308872
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 504
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DCOM -- the Distributed Component Object Model -- is a recent upgrade of a time-honored and well-tested technology promoted by Microsoft for distributed object programming. Now that components are playing a larger and larger part in Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0, and Windows 2000, every Windows programmer will want to understand the technology. DCOM competes with CORBA as a rich and robust method for creating expandable and flexible components, allowing you to plug in new parts conveniently and upgrade without the need for code changes to every program that uses your component.This book introduces C++ programmers to DCOM and gives them the basic tools they need to write secure, maintainable programs. While using Visual C++ development tools and wizards where appropriate, the author never leaves the results up to magic. The C++ code used to create distributed components and the communications exchanged between systems and objects are described at a level where the reader understands their significance and can use the insights for such tasks as debugging and improving performance.The first few chapters explain both the remote procedure calls that underlie DCOM's communication and the way DCOM uses C++ classes. Readers become firmly grounded in the relation between components, classes, and objects, the ways objects are created and destroyed, how clients find servers, and the basics of security and threading.After giving you a grounding in how DCOM works, this book introduces you to the Microsoft tools that make it all easy. By showing what really happens each time you choose a button in a wizard, Learning DCOM makes it possible for you to choose what you need.This book is for anyone who wants to understand DCOM. While thoroughly practical in its goals, it doesn't stint on the background you need to make your programs safe, efficient, and easy to maintain.Topics include: MIDL (Microsoft Interface Definition Language, the language for defining COM interfaces) COM error and exception handling Custom, dispatch, and dual interfaces Standard and custom factories Management of in-process versus out-of-process servers Distributed memory management Pragmatic explanation of the DCOM wire protocol Standard, custom, handler, and automation marshaling Multithreading and apartments Security at the system configuration and programming level Active Template Library (ATL), ATL wizards -- and what they don't do Writing a component that can be invoked from Visual Basic Techniques for using distributed components Creating an ActiveX control and embedding it in a Web client Authentication and the use of Windows NT security features Techniques for merging marshaling code Connection and distributed events management An introduction to COM+ features

Programming Microsoft Directshow

Programming Microsoft Directshow

  • Author: Michael Linetsky
  • Publisher: Wordware Computer Books
  • ISBN: 9781556228551
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 415
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The focus of this title is on explaining how to create dynamic multimedia applications and components, providing complete code samples to demonstrate concepts, and describing the different applications and devices that DirectX Media can be used with.

Inside Visual C++

Inside Visual C++

  • Author: David Kruglinski
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781572315655
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 986
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The acknowledged standard for unlocking the power and versatility of Microsoft Visual C++, this resource has been updated to cover the latest features that support Internet development.An enclosed CD-ROM contains valuable sample source code and sample applications developed for the book. All of which makes this volume an indispensable tool that every professional should keep close at hand.

Essential IDL

Essential IDL

Interface Design for COM

  • Author: Martin Gudgin
  • Publisher: Addison Wesley Longman
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 353
  • View: 8265
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"In particular, Essential IDL focuses on IDL constructs that support the efficient marshalling of data as performed by the COM interception layer. Taking a top-down approach, this book opens with the basics of defining interfaces and then details data types, pointers and arrays, aliasing, and IDL support for asynchronous COM. Numerous examples of both server-side and client-side programming illustrate concepts and techniques throughout the book."--Jacket.

Inside Distributed COM

Inside Distributed COM

  • Author: Guy Eddon,Henry Eddon
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781572318496
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 552
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"Inside Distributed COM" is for the developer wanting to leverage this power in their systems through a range of different development environments, such as C++, Visual Basic, and Java. The book-and-CD set gives a concise and practical understanding of DCOM, including samples shown in a variety of languages.

Understanding ActiveX and OLE

Understanding ActiveX and OLE

  • Author: David Chappell
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781572312166
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 328
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David Chappell, the author of professional courses and articles on Microsoft OLE and the Common Object Model (COM), introduces readers to OLE's importance and strategic significance. He delves into how component software led to OLE and then to COM. He also covers topics such as structured storage, monikers, Uniform Data Transfer, and OLE Automation.

Inside ATL [Medienkombination]·

Inside ATL [Medienkombination]·

[Komponenten-Entwicklung für verteilte Anwendungen]. Buch

  • Author: George Shepherd,Brad King
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781572318588
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 444
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An authoritative guide to programming with Active Template Library (ATL), complete with under-the-hood details and explanations. Visual C++ programmers will learn how to develop components easier and faster by mastering ATL. The CD-ROM supplies programmers with the book's sample code as well as abundant sample controls and components.

Inside Microsoft SQL Server 2008 T-SQL Querying

Inside Microsoft SQL Server 2008 T-SQL Querying

T-SQL Querying

  • Author: Itzik Ben-Gan,Lubor Kollar,Dejan Sarka,Steve Kass
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • ISBN: 0735638306
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 832
  • View: 7296
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Tackle the toughest set-based querying and query tuning problems—guided by an author team with in-depth, inside knowledge of T-SQL. Deepen your understanding of architecture and internals—and gain practical approaches and advanced techniques to optimize your code’s performance. Discover how to: Move from procedural programming to the language of sets and logic Optimize query tuning with a top-down methodology Assess algorithmic complexity to predict performance Compare data-aggregation techniques, including new grouping sets Manage data modification—insert, delete, update, merge—for performance Write more efficient queries against partitioned tables Work with graphs, trees, hierarchies, and recursive queries Plus—Use pure-logic puzzles to sharpen your problem-solving skills

COM Programming with Microsoft® .NET

COM Programming with Microsoft® .NET

  • Author: John Paul Mueller,Julian Templeman
  • Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
  • ISBN: 0735637717
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 542
  • View: 6612
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Microsoft .NET is here, but COM and COM+ will be a valuable part of every Microsoft Windows® programmer’s toolbox for years. This in-depth programming guide explains how and where COM and COM+ fit into the new .NET world, demonstrates the new technologies that are available in .NET, and shows how to interoperate between COM/COM+ and .NET. It explains how to use Microsoft Visual Studio® .NET to write traditional COM objects, how to use COM objects in .NET code, and how to use .NET objects as COM objects. It also discusses COM+ topics such as disconnected applications and subscriptions. The authors show you both theoretical and practical approaches—explaining how the mechanisms work and also providing practical advice with sample code to show how to handle interoperability. Topics covered include: The .NET view of COM and COM+ COM, COM+, and .NET Using COM components in .NET code Using .NET components in COM applications Overview of COM+ coding for .NET Writing COM code Attributed programming Active Template Library (ATL) and ATL Server Writing COM+ code A simple COM+ example Working with disconnected applications Creating subscriptions Web application scenarios Interoperability Interacting with unmanaged code Advanced interaction Working with predefined interfaces Includes sample code on the Web

Developing International Software for Windows 95 and Windows NT

Developing International Software for Windows 95 and Windows NT

  • Author: Nadine Kano
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 743
  • View: 3529
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This is a conceptual overview and data reference that allows software vendors to create localized applications for Windows and Windows NT more easily, more quickly and less expensively. Software vendors will be eager to get the scoop on the exclusive inside information found here.