Introducing Microsoft.NET by David S. Platt

By David S. Platt

Microsoft .NET is an leading edge software program framework that provides to alter software program improvement as we all know it. This ebook solutions the questions "What is Microsoft .NET and the way do I benefit from it?" the writer breaks those questions down into "What difficulties does Microsoft .NET solve?"; "What architectural methods does it take to unravel them?"; and "How do i am getting all started utilizing it?" each one bankruptcy is written in a logical, pyramidal structure, with easier, high-level strategies brought first, through a extra precise technical dialogue, so readers can simply decide on how deep they want to enter each one bankruptcy. the writer steadily provides to the intensity of Microsoft .NET details in each one bankruptcy, diagrams and straightforward code samples within the Microsoft visible Basic.NET to make his issues.

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The sample code provides a batch file that does this for you. The registry entries that it makes are shown in Figure 2-23. dll. NET class to create and wrap, and the Assembly entry tells it in which assembly it will find this class. NET class. exe. NET object as if it were a native COM object. dll. NET class. NET object. NET into COM, including any errors. The sample code for this chapter contains a COM client that accesses the shared time component assembly that we built previously in this chapter.

NET installation may become unusable (shades of the registry, except no one used Notepad on that, at least not for long). NET SDK. This utility allows you to view the GAC, similar to the Windows Explorer add-in I showed in Figure 2-6. In addition, it allows you to configure the behavior of assemblies in the GAC. A publisher policy changes the versioning behavior of a GAC assembly for all its clients. NET Framework Configuration utility. Lib13">Figure 2-11 shows the resulting dialog box. You enter one or more binding policies, each of which consists of a set of one or more old versions that the assembly loader will map to exactly one new version.

NET Object Browser shows us the inheritance tree. This case is too simple for it to handle. Figure 2-14 shows the Object Browser. NET Objects Figure 2-14: The Visual Studio Object Browser showing the inheritance tree. Object, but how do we know what was in the will? We find that out with a little old- fashioned RTFM (Read The Funny Manual, more or less). When we do that, we find that our base class has the public methods shown in Table 2-1. That means that our derived class, the time component, knows how to do these things even though we didn’t write code for them.

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