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hi ,
i need to learn DCOM programming;i'm looking for a good book on dcom for starters.

thanks
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"Essential COM" by Don Box is very good. "Inside COM" by Dale Rogerson is also good, but has less details for those who actually need to write COM components.
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My recommendation is a very good book "Inside Distributed COM"
by Guy Eddon & Henry Eddon
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