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7 edition of Distributed COM Application Development Using Visual Basic 6.0 and MTS found in the catalog.

Distributed COM Application Development Using Visual Basic 6.0 and MTS

by Jim Maloney

  • 42 Want to read
  • 27 Currently reading

Published by Prentice Hall .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Basic, Visual Basic & QBasic,
  • Basic (Programming Language),
  • Distributed Computer Systems,
  • Computers,
  • Computers - Languages / Programming,
  • Computer Books And Software,
  • Networking - General,
  • Programming - Object Oriented Programming,
  • Programming Languages - Visual BASIC,
  • Client-Server Computing - General,
  • Application software,
  • DCOM (Computer architecture),
  • Development,
  • Distributed processing,
  • Electronic data processing

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages595
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10074561M
    ISBN 100130213438
    ISBN 109780130213433

    Visual Basic 3 and Visual Basic 4 both offered modest advancements in the product's COM-awareness, but Visual Basic 5 really made this development tool a viable option for building components for COM-based systems. Visual Basic 6 added even more support for COM and MTS development. developers with Framework techniques necessary to build distributed and reusable business systems in Covered topics include: and Framework architecture and language concepts; building distributed applications with using , XML, , SOAP, and COM+; and enterprise integration using the Services Framework.

    Distributed COM Application Development Using Visual Basic and MTS by Jim Maloney avg rating — 2 ratings — published Visual Basic 6 Client/Server How-To is a practical step-by-step guide to implementing three-tiered distributed slient/server solutions using the tools provided in Microsoft's Visual Basic 6. It addresses the needs of programmers looking for answers to real-world questions and assures them that what they create really works. It also helps to simplify the client/server development process by.

      The release of MTS was a significant milestone in the evolution of Microsoft's multitier development strategy. MTS is a piece of software that was created for Windows NT® Server. to ship the next generation of its distributed application framework. Ted's book, Programming Distributed Applications with COM and Visual Basic   New Developer Resources, Including Independent Benchmark Results and Source Code, Openly Published on the Web to Help Developers Build Scalable Web Applications With Visual Studio.


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Distributed COM Application Development Using Visual Basic 6.0 and MTS by Jim Maloney Download PDF EPUB FB2

Written for the intermediate to advanced Visual Basic developer, Distributed COM Applications Development Using Visual Basic ably demonstrates how VB can be used to write powerful, scalable distributed applications using the distributed Component Object Model (DCOM). The book begins by contrasting traditional client/server computing with today's n-tiered architectures (including Microsoft Cited by: Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Distributed COM Application Development Using Visual Basic and MTS at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5(13).

This is the main theme of this book — to get you started with the development of distributed applications using Visual C++ in the quickest way possible. Probably the most unusual thing about this book is that I start with a chapter on deploying multi-tiered distributed applications/5(13).

[PDF Download] Distributed COM Application Development Using Visual Basic [Read] Online. System requirements for accompanying computer disc: Microsoft Visual Studio Professional Edition (Service Pack 3 or later) Windows NT Server or Worckstation (Service Pack 3 or later), Windows NT Option Pack, including MTS and IIS, and Microsoft SQL Server or Visual Basic 6 is best, but you can also work with Visual Basic 5.

This workstation configuration allows you to develop and test MTS components and base client applications on a single computer.

In later stages of development, you should test your code in a network environment, but working on a single machine can initially make the process go a. ‹ See all details for Distributed COM Application Development Using Visual C++ Fast, FREE delivery, video streaming, music, and much more Prime members enjoy Free Two-Day Shipping, Free Same-Day or One-Day Delivery to select areas, Prime Video, Prime Music, Prime Reading, and more/5.

This book could be enough only for VERY experienced developers using Visual Basic, and especially in distributed environments, who are already comfortable using MTS and working with SQL Server.

But other people who know Visual Basic, feel they could get certified, BUT haven't got loads of experience, like myself, should get other books, I used /5(12).

This is the first chapter from the book Visual Basic 6 Application Development. Even if you've written only a few applications using Visual Basic (VB), you probably know how.

Developing Distributed Applications Using Visual C++ Prentice Hall Series on Microsoft Technologies A Book/CD-ROM Package Jim Maloney The complete guide to designing, developing, and deploying multi-tier applications with Visual C++ Practical techniques for /5(21).

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This is the eBook version of the printed book. If the print book includes a CD-ROM, this content is not included within the eBook ng Distributed Applications with Visual provides corporate developers with Framework techniques necessary to build distributed and reusable business systems in About Book For Visual Basic (VB) programmers seeking the Microsoft Certified Developer (MSCD) credential, Distributed Applications for Microsoft Visual Basic MCSD Training Kit provides a good resource for the material you'll likely face on the test, "Distributing and Implementing Distributed Applications with Microsoft Visual Basic " (exam ).

As a book on 'how to use' Visual InterDev, this book is not so good. It doesn't go into any details or specifics (although there is an application on the CD which you modify chapter by chapter).

There are a few coding examples, but for a beginner looking for help on using Visual InterDev, look elsewhere/5(7). Stick to using Visual Basic objects that are created and destroyed within the scope of a single ASP request. Web Classes and the IIS Application Designer.

Visual Basic 6 has a new Web-based productivity enhancement called the IIS Application Designer (IISAD). This extension of the Visual Basic IDE provides a new type of component known as a Web. Product Information. Visual extends the reach of VB by incorporating protocols such as XML, SOAP and HTTP that provide the ability to easily create Web enabled applications and embrace the Internet as a platform for application development.

Includes two computer discs. [Disc 1]: Programming distributed applications with COM and Microsoft Visual Basic --[Disc 2]: Microsoft Windows NT options pack. Responsibility: Ted Pattison. More information: Contributor biographical information. The application is a three-tier distributed object application using Visual BasicMTS, and ADO to connect to multiple Microsoft SQL Server databases.

The invoice piece interacts with. Programming distributed applications with COM+ and Microsoft Visual Basic Redmond, Wash.: Microsoft Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document: Document Type: Book, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Ted Pattison.

Getting started with Visual Basic (VB) is easy, but for serious enterprise development, you need to master a lot more.

Beginning Visual Basic 6 Application Development puts enterprise-level programming into the hands of intermediate VB users with a capable tour of every facet of multitiered development. This book is all you need to start using server-side objects and Web-based interfaces.

Programming Distributed Applications with Com and Microsoft Visual Basic (Programming/Visual Basic), (isbnean ), by Pattison T.To that end, the purpose of this book is to explain the critical parts of COM+ and Windows that affect the way you design and write components for a distributed application.

This book is for intermediate and advanced Visual Basic programmers who want to develop for COM+ and Windows Distributed COM: Application Development Using Visual C++ can move your programming skills to a new level with: guidance on building high-performance, distributed, multi-tier applications ; detailed code examples from a world-class developer and trainer ; OLE DB and ADO database access in-depth ; and extensive hands-on MTS coverage.