Building COM+ Applications using .NET Enterprise Services and Visual Basic

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COM+ is the next step in the evolution of the Microsoft® Component Object Model and Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS). COM+ handles many of the resource management tasks you previously had to program yourself, such as thread allocation and security. It automatically makes your applications more scalable by providing thread pooling, object pooling, and just-in-time object activation. COM+ also helps protect the integrity of your data by providing transaction support, even if a transaction spans multiple databases over a network.

This instructor-led course will provide the student with the knowledge and skills to effectively build scalable, distributed applications that use Microsoft .NET Enterprise Services and the Microsoft .NET 2.0 Framework.

Course Introduction
Course Introduction
Introduction to COM+ Services
Lesson Introduction
Recall the History of Server-based Applications
Identify the Components of the COM+ Runtime Architecture
Lesson Lab
Lesson Follow Up
Configuring Just-in-Time Activation and Synchronization
Lesson Introduction
Configure a COM+ Application
Enabling Just-in-Time Activation
Configuring Synchronization
Lesson Lab
Lesson Follow Up
Using ADO.NET to Work with Data
Lesson Introduction
Examining the ADO.NET Architecture
Accessing a SQL Server Database
Lesson Lab
Lesson Follow Up
Implementing Transaction Services
Lesson Introduction
Describe Transaction Processing
Implement .NET Enterprise Services Transactions
Lesson Lab
Lesson Follow Up
Securing Enterprise Applications
Lesson Introduction
Describe Application Security
Implement COM+ Role-based Security
Configure Authentication and Impersonation Levels
Lesson Lab
Lesson Follow Up
Managing State
Lesson Introduction
Describe State Management
Use the Shared Property Manager
Implement ASP.NET State Storage
Lesson Lab
Lesson Follow Up
Implementing Compensating Resource Managers (CRMs)
Lesson Introduction
Describe Compensating Resource Managers
Implementing Compensating Resource Managers
Lesson Lab
Lesson Follow Up
Using Loosely Coupled Events
Lesson Introduction
Describe Loosely Coupled Events
Describe COM+ Events
Use Loosely Coupled Events
Lesson Lab
Lesson Follow Up
Implementing Queued Components
Lesson Introduction
Describe Queuing
Install and Configure Queued Components
Describe Queued Components and Transactions
Lesson Lab
Lesson Follow Up
Debugging COM+ Applications
Lesson Introduction
Describe Debugging Tools
Describe Common Debugging Scenarios
Lesson Lab
Lesson Follow Up
Deploying and Administering COM+ Applications
Lesson Introduction
Deploy a COM+ Application Built Using .NET Enterprise Services
Use COMAdmin Objects in WSH Scripts
Lesson Lab
Lesson Follow Up
Using COM+ 1.5 Enhancements
Lesson Introduction
Apply Scalability and Availability Enhancements
Apply Manageability Enhancements
Other COM+ Features
Lesson Follow Up
Course Follow Up


This course is a requirement for the following Exam:

MCSD Exam 70–310: Developing XML Web Services and Server Components with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and the Microsoft .NET Framework