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COM Programming with Microsoft® .NET by Julian Templeman, John Paul Mueller

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Chapter 11. Web Application Scenarios

At some point, you’ll want to move an application from the desktop to a Web scenario or create a new application exclusively for a Web environment. You’ll find that COM+ is a good choice for some types of Web development. Web sites are becoming increasingly complex as remote users, business partners, and customers ask them to do more for them automatically. The complexity of the new Web pages developers are creating to answer remote access requirements affect remote users. An employee on the road requires full access to company resources, but transferring that data over nonsecure media to a client-side application that doesn’t provide great flexibility is a challenge.

We’ve already looked at several methods ...

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