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A serviced component is the mechanism that enables COM+ services to be available to .NET Framework classes. This section describes how to configure and register serviced components for access to COM+ services. Just-in-Time (JIT) Activation, Synchronization, Object Pooling, Transactions, and Shared Property Management are examples of well-known COM+ services that are available for you to use. There are also other COM+ services, such as loosely coupled events, Queued Components, and role-based security, ......

Posted On Friday, December 24, 2004 8:55 AM

Check for nodename in XSLT
Its always necessary sometimes in XSLT processing that we check for things like whether a node exists to do certain operations. Checking for nodenames is the clue. This is how you do it. <xsl:variable name="varname"> <xsl:value-of select="ParentNode/*[name()... to check for']"/> <xsl:variable> <xsl:if test="$varname=''"> Processing here...<xsl:if> ......

Posted On Wednesday, December 1, 2004 11:26 AM

The Ten Web commandments
Thou shall have no other windows beside the first. Do not misuse the size of thy font. Let there be one click between the download button and the download taking place. Honour your web standards. Do not rely on client side scripting. Do not use Comic Sans MS Do not advertise on top of content. Do not inline-link other server's images unless they allow it. Do not bow down to create flash intros. Do not lie. This one's universal. via Google Blogoscoped ......

Posted On Wednesday, December 1, 2004 11:00 AM

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