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Chapter 3 - Concurrency

Chapter 3: Concurrency

This chapter deals with concurrency of serviced components. For integrating COM components with .NET components it is necessary to know about apartments as well as activities, and the .NET synchronization options. So this chapter is all about these issues.

Of course services without components is in this chapter, too. This cool Windows Server 2003 feature is spread across the book.

In case this is not known already: services without components makes it possible to use Enterprise Services feature without configuring components. The class System.EnterpriseServices.Activity makes use of this feature.



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Robert Hurlbut

I would like to review this chapter. This is an issue I am dealing with oftem in my own projects. Thanks.

Christian Nagel's OneNotes

AUTHOR: Christian Nagel's OneNotes
DATE: 04/15/2004 02:06:00 PM

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