Building Microsoft SQL Server 7 Applications with COM
Total coverage of the latest SQL Server release, from a leading SQL expert. With the release of Microsoft SQL Server 7, client/server developers must master the latest features and SQL's new architecture-vastly different from earlier editions. To build full-scale business applications, they will also need to learn how to harness the power of COM distributed objects and MTS. This book will ease the pressure, providing a complete tutorial on each developmental phase, from planning and design to prototyping, coding, and reporting.
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Learning the Basics of NTier Applications and COM
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