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4 de mayo

COM beyond microsoft : designing and implementing COM servers on Compaq platforms

Cronin, Gene / Sherlock, Terence P.
COM beyond microsoft : designing and implementing COM servers on Compaq platforms
COM beyond microsoft : designing and implementing COM servers on Compaq platforms

COM beyond microsoft : designing and implementing COM servers on Compaq platforms

Cronin, Gene / Sherlock, Terence P.
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The first book to describe how Microsoft's Component Object Model (COM) can be supported on computer systems other than Windows.Drawing on Compaq's groundbreaking work of porting COM/DCOM to itsOpenVMS and Tru64 UNIX Alpha platforms, COM Beyond Microsoft explains howthe COM standard can help enterprises integrate their applications ...
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The first book to describe how Microsoft's Component Object Model (COM) can be supported on computer systems other than Windows.

Drawing on Compaq's groundbreaking work of porting COM/DCOM to its
OpenVMS and Tru64 UNIX Alpha platforms, COM Beyond Microsoft explains how
the COM standard can help enterprises integrate their applications across a
heterogeneous computing environment. This book details the innovative COM
support now native on Tru64 UNIX and OpenVMS and reveals how developers can
exploit COM on OpenVMS and COM on Tru64 UNIX to create portable software
components that run virtually unchanged on OpenVMS, Tru64 UNIX, Windows NT,
Windows 2000, and other major computing platforms.

COM Beyond Microsoft highlights the business and technical benefits
of implementing distributed and portable COM applications, especially versus
other strategies and technologies such as CORBA and Java. The book explains
the APIs, utilities, libraries and run-time environments developers must
understand to create COM applications for OpenVMS and Tru64 UNIX. It also
contains implementation and configuration techniques for running COM
programs on Tru64 UNIX and OpenVMS.
The book includes a CD-ROM that contains binary and source code for
sample COM applications, as well as instructions for building and modifying
the samples for your own use. COM Beyond Microsoft uniquely explains a
controversial topic of major interest to organizations and developers in an
enterprise computing context.

First book on a controversial topic critically important to many large organizations
Authors are among few in industry with relevantexperience