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Where to start with DCOM and ASP...

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This is the project requirements:

Build a DLL in C++ containing some code and certain functions from libraries of a mainframe middleware package. Implement ASP pages to interface with the DLL (pass data from a form, and receive data from DLL). Install the DLL with MTS for transaction processing.

Here is what I have:

Visual Studio Enterprise 6.0 (full install), NT Server 4.0, Option Pack (full install), middleware package from Software AG.

I need a resource (MSDN... whatever... as long as it is on-line) that will give me a step-by-step dummy guide to accomplishing such a project... how to use the wizards in Visual C++ 6.0, how to use MTS, how to build a DLL etc.

Any ideas/suggestions?

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for DCOM, start with the following two books. they provide a step-by-step approach to build client server applications.
1> read the chapter on COM in Kruglinski.
2> Read the Professional DCom. The first six chapters should suffice your needs. Regarding ASP I will get back to you.

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Are these on-line? I wanted on-line resources... not books. If they are on-line, what are the URL's?

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