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anyone know a good book for learning DCOM?

Hi,

currently we have an intern writing an OPC server for us in C++.
OPC is a hierarchy of classes based on DCOM.
When the intern leaves I will have to maintain that server.

since i am new to DCOM, I was wondering if anyone could
recommend a good book for learning DCOM: what it is, what it can do,
how to program and use it ...

kind regards,
Bruno.
Nov 16 '05 #1
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Richard Grimes "ATL 3 COM" is a great book for learning COM. (WROX so it is
out of print)

Ewald "Transactional COM+" and Brill "Applying COM+" are also good
alternatives.

All books above are C++ oriented.

If you are looking for a strictly intro book to DCOM and don't have a
language preference, there is a Wrox Book that covers DCOM, Windows DNA,
etc. Strictly intro book; good for managers/IT sales people to get them
acclimated with the language and terminology.

todd

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Hi,

currently we have an intern writing an OPC server for us in C++.
OPC is a hierarchy of classes based on DCOM.
When the intern leaves I will have to maintain that server.

since i am new to DCOM, I was wondering if anyone could
recommend a good book for learning DCOM: what it is, what it can do,
how to program and use it ...

kind regards,
Bruno.

Nov 16 '05 #2

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