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.Net Equivalent to MTS.

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In VB6 you had:
a client PC,
An ActiveX DLL (COM object) packaged into MTS on a server purely for MTS,
SQL Server at the bottom on another server.

What's the latest way of doing the MTS bit in .NET ?
I have sucessfully built an assembly given it a strong name and put it
inside MTS and run it, but I don't think that's the idea any more.
Nov 20 '05 #1
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In .NET, classes that are made available to COM+ are called serviced
components. This overview topic in the online help has links to other
related topics:
ms-help://MS.VSCC.2003/MS.MSDNQTR.2004APR.1033/cpguide/html/cpconWritingServicedComponents.htm

--Mary

On Tue, 6 Jul 2004 12:42:33 +0100, "Clive Mizen"
<cl*********@clivemizen.com> wrote:
In VB6 you had:
a client PC,
An ActiveX DLL (COM object) packaged into MTS on a server purely for MTS,
SQL Server at the bottom on another server.

What's the latest way of doing the MTS bit in .NET ?
I have sucessfully built an assembly given it a strong name and put it
inside MTS and run it, but I don't think that's the idea any more.


Nov 20 '05 #2

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SA
Do Serviced Components actually run well in MTS (= NT 4.0)? I always hear
about COM+, I never thought about MTS...

--

Sven
"Mary Chipman" <mc***@online.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:5g********************************@4ax.com...
In .NET, classes that are made available to COM+ are called serviced
components. This overview topic in the online help has links to other
related topics:
ms-help://MS.VSCC.2003/MS.MSDNQTR.2004APR.1033/cpguide/html/cpconWritingServ
icedComponents.htm
--Mary

On Tue, 6 Jul 2004 12:42:33 +0100, "Clive Mizen"
<cl*********@clivemizen.com> wrote:
In VB6 you had:
a client PC,
An ActiveX DLL (COM object) packaged into MTS on a server purely for MTS,
SQL Server at the bottom on another server.

What's the latest way of doing the MTS bit in .NET ?
I have sucessfully built an assembly given it a strong name and put it
inside MTS and run it, but I don't think that's the idea any more.

Nov 20 '05 #3

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Yes I accomplished this already.
But my question is is there now a preffered way of running business tier
objects in .NET rather than COM+ ?
What is remoting ?

"Mary Chipman" <mc***@online.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:5g********************************@4ax.com...
In .NET, classes that are made available to COM+ are called serviced
components. This overview topic in the online help has links to other
related topics:
ms-help://MS.VSCC.2003/MS.MSDNQTR.2004APR.1033/cpguide/html/cpconWritingServ
icedComponents.htm
--Mary

On Tue, 6 Jul 2004 12:42:33 +0100, "Clive Mizen"
<cl*********@clivemizen.com> wrote:
In VB6 you had:
a client PC,
An ActiveX DLL (COM object) packaged into MTS on a server purely for MTS,
SQL Server at the bottom on another server.

What's the latest way of doing the MTS bit in .NET ?
I have sucessfully built an assembly given it a strong name and put it
inside MTS and run it, but I don't think that's the idea any more.

Nov 20 '05 #4

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COM+ is the son of MTS, so to speak, and is part of the Windows OS
instead of a separate download, as it was in NT4. Nothing runs as well
in NT4 as it does in later versions, where bugs have been fixed, etc.

--Mary

On Tue, 6 Jul 2004 14:41:25 -0500, "SA" <in*********@freemail.nl>
wrote:
Do Serviced Components actually run well in MTS (= NT 4.0)? I always hear
about COM+, I never thought about MTS...


Nov 20 '05 #5

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It's all based on what kind of application you are building and the
needs of your users, etc. Since you already read up on serviced
components, you may find the help topics on remoting useful in making
your decision:
ms-help://MS.VSCC.2003/MS.MSDNQTR.2004APR.1033/cpguide/html/cpconNETRemotingOverview.htm

--Mary

On Wed, 7 Jul 2004 10:03:56 +0100, "Clive Mizen"
<cl*********@clivemizen.com> wrote:
Yes I accomplished this already.
But my question is is there now a preffered way of running business tier
objects in .NET rather than COM+ ?
What is remoting ?

"Mary Chipman" <mc***@online.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:5g********************************@4ax.com.. .
In .NET, classes that are made available to COM+ are called serviced
components. This overview topic in the online help has links to other
related topics:

ms-help://MS.VSCC.2003/MS.MSDNQTR.2004APR.1033/cpguide/html/cpconWritingServ
icedComponents.htm

--Mary

On Tue, 6 Jul 2004 12:42:33 +0100, "Clive Mizen"
<cl*********@clivemizen.com> wrote:
>In VB6 you had:
>a client PC,
>An ActiveX DLL (COM object) packaged into MTS on a server purely for MTS,
>SQL Server at the bottom on another server.
>
>What's the latest way of doing the MTS bit in .NET ?
>I have sucessfully built an assembly given it a strong name and put it
>inside MTS and run it, but I don't think that's the idea any more.
>


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This message dissapeared from the Newsgroup in Outlook Express ???
So I'm posting this reply from a Web site to see if I can get it back as I had a reply in there.

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