Today i saw the MSDN COM+ Reference in my favorite bookshop. Is it good to fully understand COM or should i buy "Inside COM" instead ? Thx for helping
Posted on 2001-02-06 07:45:00 by Amokila
Amokila, Heres the one you need. (It helped me!) "Essential COM" by Don Box Addison-Wesley ISBN: 0-201-63446-5 Xtreme
Posted on 2001-02-06 09:00:00 by Xtreme
If you're gong to do COM in asm, get "Inside COM." It slowly and carefully explains every detail on how a COM object looks and works. You'll be an IUnknown expert when you're done. A book on COM+ may 'abstract away' too many of the low level details for you to get it. (I never read that book). I have "Essential COM," still working my way thru it (trying to GET monikers and apartments), it is a good book, but not as essential as "Inside COM."
Posted on 2001-02-06 10:57:00 by Ernie
Is there any electronic copies of this "Inside COM" and could you tell me the name of the publishing company. 10x in advance +ZergoMan
Posted on 2001-02-14 12:45:00 by +ZergoMan
Inside COM Dale Rogerson Microsoft Press ISBN 1-57231-349-8 Nope, I don't know where you can warez this book.
Posted on 2001-02-15 01:30:00 by Ernie
I live in Russia and "Inside COM" is practically everywhere computer related literature is sold :) It really takes some time to understand these C++ "virtual classes" and so on, but then after understood - COM becomes very simple to understand, IMHO :)
Posted on 2001-02-18 13:51:00 by IGosha