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Enterprise services in Windows Server 2008?

It's been a few years since I worked with transaction based
components, last time I was involved in an enterprise project
requiring transactions my .NET .DLLs were dervived from
ServicedComponent and had to be registered with Microsoft Transaction
Server (COM+ Manager) through COM proxies.

How have things changed in Windows Server 2008?

If the answer is too long for a post, if someone has a good hyperlink
reference that would be unappreciated as well.

Aug 8 '08 #1
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JDeats wrote:
It's been a few years since I worked with transaction based
components, last time I was involved in an enterprise project
requiring transactions my .NET .DLLs were dervived from
ServicedComponent and had to be registered with Microsoft Transaction
Server (COM+ Manager) through COM proxies.

How have things changed in Windows Server 2008?

If the answer is too long for a post, if someone has a good hyperlink
reference that would be unappreciated as well.
The short answer is:
The current microsoft technology of choice to use is WCF:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/netf.../aa663324.aspx

Windows Server 2008 with IIS 7 now supports hosting WCF Services in WAS
(Supports other protocols besides http(s))
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc163357.aspx

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Hans.
Aug 8 '08 #2

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