COM+ Programming: A Practical Guide Using Visual C++ And ATL

COM+ Programming: A Practical Guide Using Visual C++ And ATL

COM+ Programming: A Practical Guide Using Visual C++ and ATL

/I>Several books teach COM and COM+, but this is one of the first to focus on COM/COM+ issues from a developer's perspective.

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Introduction

Ever since software development became an engineering discipline, software development teams everywhere in the world have faced similar development and deployment problems. Among other things, developers today are concerned about:

Reusing code that has been tested and used in other applications

Developing flexible applications that can be customized to the users needs, but not at the expense of overburdening the development team

Addressing anomalies and add features after the application has been shipped, while avoiding a complete rewrite of the application

Improving application development time by leveraging against software code developed by third party software vendors

Developing distributed and non-distributed applications in a similar manner

All of these challenges and many more are addressed by a single technology: the Microsoft Component Object Model, better known as COM. COM is a framework for developing software components, small binary executables, that provide services to applications and other components.

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