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
Amokila, Heres the one you need. (It helped me!) "Essential COM" by Don Box Addison-Wesley ISBN: 0-201-63446-5 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."
Is there any electronic copies of this "Inside COM" and could you tell me the name of the publishing company. 10x in advance +ZergoMan
Inside COM Dale Rogerson Microsoft Press ISBN 1-57231-349-8 Nope, I don't know where you can warez this book.
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 :)