Note: This course is not available for the current semester.
Course No: 90.442; Last Offered: No Data;
This course is an introduction to creating applications that are implemented using Microsoft's Component Object Model (COM). The purpose of COM is to make it possible to develop large, complex software applications that are easily written, maintained, and revised. This is achieved by implementing the application as a collection of components, and using existing components whenever possible. COM is a specification that describes what a component (or object) is, how a component can manage its own lifetime, and how it tells the component world what it can do. COM Programming is the lynch pin of programming with Microsoft tools, such as Microsoft Transaction Server and COM+. This course opens the door to these technologies.
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