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Chapter 16 - Developing MTS Applications

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One of the nice things about developing for MTS is that client code that calls an MTS component is fairly similar to code that calls local in-process or out-of-process components. However, a few things do change. A handful of internal methods are available to a component when it is running in the MTS environment that will affect the design of the client. If the underlying data source supports transactions, a business component can be designed to take advantage of them with little effort by the developer. This chapter covers these features, which happen to be the most important features of Transaction Server.

Because MTS provides an enterprise solution, it brings enterprise requirements along with it. This is definitely illustrated in the area of security. This chapter examines several options and features provided by MTS to help ensure that your components and clients are running in a secure environment.


  1. Calling MTS Components from Visual Basic Clients
    Creating Packages That Install or Update MTS Components on a Client
    Configuring a Client Computer to Use an MTS Component

  2. Developing MTS Components With Visual Basic
    Understanding the MTS Runtime Environment
    Adding Components to an MTS Package
    Using Transactions

  3. Understanding MTS Client Development

  4. Understanding MTS Security
    Using Role-Based Security to Limit Use of an MTS Package to Specific Users
    Creating and Adding Users to Roles
    Assigning Roles to Components or Component Interfaces
    Setting Security Properties of Components


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