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Com+ and asp.net?

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Dav
From what I know you can use com+ in asp.net via interop. If I convert

these com+ objects to .NET (VB.NET) do I still need MTS or does the
..NET framework handle the object pooling and other features of MTS? So,
instead of a bunch of COM+ objects on MTS that my asp.net can
reference, can I convert them to .NET DLLs and just keep them in the
bin folder?

Basically, if I convert my COM+ objects to .NET do I need MTS for a
high traffic site?

If you can post any thoughts, experiences or links, that would be
appreciated.

Thanks!

Feb 15 '06 #1
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Feb 15 '06 #2

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..NET doesn't substitute COM+, it's only expose COM+ functionality in
EnterpriseServices namespace.
You don't need to convert existed COM+ components.
The base services of MTS moved together with the COM functionality into COM+
base services (from Win2k).

ASP.net uses COM+ via webservices (call it interop)
From what I know you can use com+ in asp.net via interop. If I convert

these com+ objects to .NET (VB.NET) do I still need MTS or does the
..NET framework handle the object pooling and other features of MTS? So,
instead of a bunch of COM+ objects on MTS that my asp.net can
reference, can I convert them to .NET DLLs and just keep them in the
bin folder?
Basically, if I convert my COM+ objects to .NET do I need MTS for a
high traffic site?
If you can post any thoughts, experiences or links, that would be
appreciated.


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cease to be insipid." (c) Friedrich Nietzsche


Feb 15 '06 #3

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in general you do not need MTS if using native .net objects.

with .net objects you should only pay the MTS overhead if you need a MTS
feature.
-- bruce (sqlwork.com)
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From what I know you can use com+ in asp.net via interop. If I convert

these com+ objects to .NET (VB.NET) do I still need MTS or does the
.NET framework handle the object pooling and other features of MTS? So,
instead of a bunch of COM+ objects on MTS that my asp.net can
reference, can I convert them to .NET DLLs and just keep them in the
bin folder?

Basically, if I convert my COM+ objects to .NET do I need MTS for a
high traffic site?

If you can post any thoughts, experiences or links, that would be
appreciated.

Thanks!

Feb 15 '06 #4

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Hi Dav,

You may wish to look into MSMQ helps handle large bursts of web traffic as
long as immediate answers and actions aren't required. And do please
consider MTS for application-level transactions, MTS can help prevent a
disconnect between what you promise in the forms and what actually happens
in the backend. COM+ bundles both and they are exposed using
EnterpriseServices namespace in .NET Framework. These services come free
with most if not all modern Microsoft OSes.

Best personal regards,
-- Li-fan

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Software analyst/developer, Entrepreneur
Markham, Ontario, Canada
"Dav" <mu**********@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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From what I know you can use com+ in asp.net via interop. If I convert

these com+ objects to .NET (VB.NET) do I still need MTS or does the
.NET framework handle the object pooling and other features of MTS? So,
instead of a bunch of COM+ objects on MTS that my asp.net can
reference, can I convert them to .NET DLLs and just keep them in the
bin folder?

Basically, if I convert my COM+ objects to .NET do I need MTS for a
high traffic site?

If you can post any thoughts, experiences or links, that would be
appreciated.

Thanks!

Feb 16 '06 #5

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