Professional MTS & MSMQ Programming with VB and ASP
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This book not only covers the principles of DNA, but also shows how you implement
each component in each tier, and how you get them to talk to each other and
achieve the results you need.
Over the chapters, a sample application is developed to show the implementation
of concepts covered in the book.
- What DNA is, and what it can be used to do.
- Building and using components.
What Components are and why we use them.
Using components as part of applications on client and server.
- Introducing Microsoft Transaction Server.
What MTS is, and what it does.
What transactions are and how MTS makes them more powerful and easier to use.
Builing and adapting components to be installed in applications.
- Building The Application.
Using the components in the sample application.
- Introducing Microsoft Message Queue Server.
What Message Queing is, and why it is so useful.
How MSMQ works, and what it does.
How to add Message Queing to applications.
- Queing The Application.
Designing applications to incorporate MSMQ.
How to use MSMQ in our components.
Monitoring queues of messages.
- Securing DNA Applications.
Windows NT integrated security features.
Three core concepts of Authentication, Encryption and Auditing.
Issues and implementation of security.
- Configuring MTS, MSMQ and SQL Server.
How layers and components authenticate each other.
Configuration and securities with MTS and MSMQ.
Securing data services exposed over the Web.
- Going Public On The Web.
Issues involves with putting the applicaton on the Web.
Handling large numbers of users.
Interfacing new applications with existing core components.
How to implement public ordering.