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  • Taschenbuch: 565 Seiten
  • Verlag: Apress; Auflage: 1997 (20. März 1997)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 186100060X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1861000606
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 23,6 x 18,5 x 4,1 cm
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Professional DCOM Programming is a dense, comprehensive tome that covers everything an experienced C++ programmer could want to know about DCOM, Microsoft's Distributed Component Object Model. Author Richard Grimes covers DCOM's origins, differences from COM, and techniques for writing both DCOM clients and servers. What the book sometimes lacks in readability it makes up in thoroughness: nothing is left out, from security to multithreading, and the level of detail reached within each section is remarkable.


This work starts by examining why we need to be able to implement and distribute code objects, and looks at the various systems of distribution that currently exist. The book then narrows the focus down to sharing data and functionality on Windows. This leads into an examination of COM, and from there, logically, to DCOM. It shows how DCOM builds on the foundations of COM and RPC. The reader should get to grips with the essentials of DCOM programming and build on this base with thorough coverage of MIDL, Microsoft's Interface Definition Language. MIDL allows one to define your interfaces, create Type Libraries and provide marshaling support. All of these topics are covered in depth and backed up with strong code examples written using the latest tools. The latter half of the book looks at the design and implementation of distributed applications. Each chapter covers a topic of prime importance to DCOM programmers. Security is fully explained, starting with the NT security model and exploring how it relates to DCOM. The book then shows how to write your DCOM servers as NT services, before being drawn into the murky world of multithreaded applications.

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Dr. Richard Grimes does an excellent job of covering the world of DCOM - automation, security, threading models, NT services as COM servers, MTS, debugging DCOM servers. Everything I need to know about the ins and outs of DCOM is in this book and it is covered in a professional, thorough manner.
Note that Dr. Grimes does not cover the tools and techniques for writing DCOM servers (ATL, MFC, VC++), but it is as well that he shouldn't have - that would be distracting and draw focus away from the more challenging tasks addressed by Dr. Grimes. Tools and techniques should be covered separately (as well they are).
In addition to all of the DCOM architecture, design and implementation gems covered, I use this book exclusively as my "other-than-Microsoft" reference to MTS. In one chapter Dr. Grimes performs a superior effort in coverage of MTS than is done in SAMS' Microsoft Transaction Server 2.0 (Roger Jennings' Database Workshop), a book entirely devoted to MTS.
I look forward to other such efforts of Dr. Grimes being published.
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I have tried several books on COM and DCOM programming, including "Inside COM", "Inside OLE" and "Professional Visual C++ 5 ActiveX/COM control programing". In terms of DCOM coverage, I like this book the most. From design point of view, the book explains well why one should use DCOM rather RPC. From programming point of view, the book gives detail explaination of the subtlties of DCOM programming, concentrate on the difference between DCOM and COM. -- It is not just COM, it is DCOM. The books has simple codes segaments help to illustrates the text. I sepecially enjoy the "writing DCOM clients and Servers" and "DCOM server as NT service chapter". The coverage on Type Library marshing is also very intersting and helpful. I like the presentation of the book, not to chady, comprehensive and to the point. It is an excellent book and I just wish I could have more examples -- I just did not have enough of them. Dr. Chester Chen
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5.0 von 5 Sternen An excellent book for a wide range of readers 30. September 1997
This is perhaps the best book I've ever read covering a technical subject for Windows programming.

Introductory chapters include a fine overview of non-distributed COM technology for those new to the topic, while the later chapters go into thorough detail on both the details of interfaces and the reasons those details exist. The "code samples" break the horrid tradition of Windows programming examples by including thorough textual explanations of the code and even detailed instructions for using development tool interface elements unlikely to be familiar to readers seeking the information the book covers.

I'm very impressed by the way Dr. Grimes both provides the new information for which I bought the book and gracefully includes the background material a new COM user would need to understand the DCOM material.

Other writers on MS Windows programming, especially those at Microsoft, would do well to look at this book's style and format.
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Learning about DCOM is not easy. Yet, the book makes it very likely that almost any reader with some VC++ background can do it. The entire book, starting from first few "backgrounder" chapters and ending with chapters about NT Services, Multithreading, Microsoft Transaction Server, as well as Appendix, is very useful from both theoretical and practical points of view. Dr. Richard Grimes made sure that his detailed explanation of issues is complemented by good code examples. Besides DCOM-specific things, the author explains (not fully covers, though!) many general topics like COM itself, ATL, and COM Threading Models, which might be helpful for readers without solid background in those areas. If you are going to work on design and/or implementation of DCOM-based systems I cannot suggest any better book to read - Professional DCOM Programming really stands out!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Covers what DCOM is about 16. Januar 2000
I am an experienced DCOM developer and I found this book useful. It covers what DCOM is about, in a clear way - it is just a pity that it has not been updated for the newer features DCOM since the book was first published. I have no idea what so-called Dr Wilson thinks he is on, because as an NT expert I found Dr Grimes' description of NT security fine (though a little out of date now). The packet sniffing is very useful (Dr Wilson - have you tried to interpret what the packets mean, I've tried it for an RPC application I have developed and I can tell you it is not easy from Microsoft's documentation, Dr Grimes must have put a lot of work in this), so much so that the Eddons' have almost completely copied this chapter in their book!
This may not be the most up-to-date book, but it is a classic in COM development!
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Useless 29. Dezember 1999
This book misrepresents itself. It is anything but "Professional DCOM Programming". There is little DCOM, almost no coding outside the spoon-feeding wizards of ATL, and no examination of any of the challenging areas of COM/DCOM.
The book does singularly impress, however, by taking line honours in a very competitive field: by providing the worst explanation of NT security I have ever read.
It is educationally poor, technically unimpressive (despite Dr Grimes attempts to convince us of his expertise with a packet sniffer and a hex editor), and smacks of a quick grab at what at the time was an under-supplied market.
If you want to be expert in any of the fields that this book purports to clarify, I suggest you consult the experts.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This best book on DCOM
This coming from an author of 2 books on the subject. It is a difficult read, but the content is by far the most accurate and complete.
Veröffentlicht am 30. Juni 2000 von Randy Charles Morin, KBCafe
3.0 von 5 Sternen not Professional
The book's title is totaly wrong, it should be like DCOM Programming in VC++ with ATL, because that's the only area it focus to, it's good on that though it lacks a lot for being... Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 10. April 2000 von Max E Arriola M
1.0 von 5 Sternen A very confusing book.
This book is very confusing. A lot of high level words without any clue as to what do they mean. COM features are explained extremely poor.
Am 24. Februar 2000 veröffentlicht
4.0 von 5 Sternen Nice book for experienced developers
This is a good book for experienced developers but for beginners it is not, as the flow is difficult to understand. But examples are very practical.
Veröffentlicht am 19. Mai 1999 von tusharbankar@hotmail.com(Tushar Bankar)
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book for COM/DCOM
This is a great book for COM/DCOM. After reading this book I get a very clear understanding of COM and DCOM.
Am 3. Mai 1999 veröffentlicht
5.0 von 5 Sternen xxxa
Am 4. Februar 1999 veröffentlicht
1.0 von 5 Sternen VERY EASY !
This book is very easy. I found no new ideas nor techniques. I'm surprised giving the title "Professional" to this book. Lesen Sie weiter...
Am 21. Dezember 1998 veröffentlicht
2.0 von 5 Sternen But what about DCOM?
One of the most difficult books I've ever tried to discern. I'm a C and Ingres 4GL programmer who needs to get into Microsoft Visual J++ and DCOM, and this was not the book for... Lesen Sie weiter...
Am 9. November 1998 veröffentlicht
5.0 von 5 Sternen This is a must have book for COM developers
This is a terrific book! Even if you're not ready yet for the more advanced topics it covers related to remote servers, it has one of the best chapters I've ever read on basic... Lesen Sie weiter...
Am 21. Oktober 1998 veröffentlicht
5.0 von 5 Sternen A Book For Real World Professionals
Great coverage of DCOM. In-depth explaination; Hands-on experience; Complete topics(Maybe a little more on aggregation and containment). What else do you expect?!
Am 17. August 1998 veröffentlicht
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