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3-Tier Architecture that uses com+

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Hi all

We have a 3-Tier Architecture that uses com+ from the days when our
websites used just classic ASP. All the .net examples I have found are
not using com+ or Enterprise Services. As I would like to revisit
this, to see if we should be still using com+ in our 3-Tier
Architecture but am unable to find documentation as to when to use com
+ and when not.

Does anybody know of any?

Or anybody have any thoughts this ?

Many thanks

Paul

Jun 5 '07 #1
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Hello pb*****@gmail.com,

COM+ is used widely by the windows, and it's not disappeared.
Everything depends on that are you gonna do.
If your are only concerning about rewriting the COM+ i think it's not very
good idea if it works very well right now.

So, if you have no problems with it - keep it as is.

If your are want to do with it by any means, i'd recomment to wrap it into
the EnterpriseServices. ES it the .NET wrapper upon COM+, exposing the number
interfaces with is used the COM+ beneath.

The only problem is that if you want to expose your com+ to outside of your
environment, for exaple using in internet, your com+ needs to be wrapped
by webservices (either introducing WCF or just providing SOAP by standard
way for EnterpriseServices)

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Hi all

We have a 3-Tier Architecture that uses com+ from the days when our
websites used just classic ASP. All the .net examples I have found are
not using com+ or Enterprise Services. As I would like to revisit
this, to see if we should be still using com+ in our 3-Tier
Architecture but am unable to find documentation as to when to use com
+ and when not.

Does anybody know of any?

Or anybody have any thoughts this ?

Many thanks

Paul

Jun 5 '07 #2

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