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Until now in this book, just NET clients have been used to access serviced components Let's review and summarize what has been done so far using NET clients There is hardly a difference between accessing serviced components and accessing normal NET components But what is special about accessing serviced components from a NET client application is defined in a few steps: After registration of the serviced component, you just have to do the following:
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For development of the client application, these steps are always fine, regardless of whether the client application is running on the same system as the server or on a different system If the client application is running on a different system, you must take some more actions [1] before deployment The communication protocol between two systems is DCOM or NET remoting With DCOM, COM interop plays an important role
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NET enables you to use multiple versions of the same assembly in a single process The same is true for an Enterprise Services [2] application Configuring different versions of the assembly with the default options of regsvcsexe always creates new serviced component configuration entries with the application The client application will use the version that was used while building the client, because this version is listed with the metadata of the client assembly To use a different version, the same versioning rules as with other NET applications apply: Application configuration files or publisher policy assemblies can be used With multiple versions of the same assembly in one Enterprise Services application, all versions must physically exist Multiple versions [3] can coexist if you put the assemblies in the global assembly cache (GAC) If you don't use the GAC, you must implement a directory structure to manage different assembly versions yourself If not all assemblies of the different versions are available, several problems will occur Of course, the client that uses a missing version will fail, but it is also not possible to build an application proxy
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With shared assemblies, versioning is an important aspect By default, the client application uses the same version of a shared assembly that was used at compile time If a different version of a shared assembly should be used, you can
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COM clients can be used to access serviced components In case you already have some configured COM+ components that have been written with COM, you probably want to use them from NET components This kind of interoperability is important because it means you [5] don't have to rewrite every component and every client application A COM component can participate in the same context as a NET component COM interop is not only an issue with a COM client accessing the NET component, or the NET component accessing a COM object; it is also used with a NET client accessing the NET component in case the serviced application is accessed across processes, or across different systems using the DCOM protocol The section examines the COM interoperability with serviced components Comparing COM with NET, you might also refer to 2 when we discussed differences between COM and NET and evaluated how a COM+ context fits into the picture with NET contexts 3, "Concurrency," was about concurrency, so the COM apartment models played an important part of that chapter Working through the previous chapters, you might have already discovered that the tool regsvcsexe not only configures and registers the component for Enterprise Services but also creates the COM type library The type library holds the metadata of the NET components for COM clients The generated metadata and interface types for COM clients can be influenced with many attributes, as you will see in this chapter
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