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MTS and .NET

Hello -

I have experience in .net/c# but never worked with MTS. So I'm wondering is MTS useful when working with  .net projects ? If so, can some one guide me to the basics of MTS and how exactly it is useful.

Thanks for the help
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Jaime OlivaresCommented:
MTS is a very old term, it is not longer used. MTS is COM+ related, in a pure .net world COM doesn't exist.
So, although you can use COM components with .net applications, it is non-sense unless you have a big application yet running.
Have a look to:
http://my.execpc.com/~gopalan/dotnet/complus/complus.net_accountmanager.html
http://migrationguide.artinsoft.com/Migration-Guide-Faq-Chapter-15.aspx

A modern alternative to MTS is to use SOAP based services using .net Remoting facility.
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praveenuniAuthor Commented:
thanks for the reply.

just wondering - is .net capable of what MTS used to do ? If so, how ?
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Jaime OlivaresCommented:
have you read the links I have provided?
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