Programming Windows Server 2003
Robert Hill Foster
  • August 2003
  • ISBN 9781930110984
  • 328 pages

Windows Server 2003 is the most advanced Microsoft operating system bearing the Windows name. It includes the .NET Framework (version 1.1) so you can begin writing .NET applications for your enterprise without delay.

Programming Windows Server 2003 covers the new features of the OS and real-world techniques of applying them to your .NET applications. It is intended for intermediate and advanced-level .NET developers who wish to learn these new concepts now, and have a source for them in the future.

Table of Contents show full

preface

acknowledgments

about the cover illustration

1. Windows Server 2003 overview

2. The .NET Framework, version 1.1

3. ASP.NET best practices

4. Internet Information Services 6

5. The Component Services 1.5 architecture

6. Using COM+ Services 1.5

7. Using XML and web services

8. Utilizing Microsoft UDDI Services in your enterprise

9. Windows Server 2003 application security

10. Deploying .NET applications

Appendix A: The data model

index

About the book

With this book your applications can benefit from new technologies in COM+, IIS 6, XML Web Services, and UDDI Services. The book illustrates best practices by developing a start-to-finish example: a contact management system. It includes a unique, easy to follow guide to securing your apps and is chock full of detailed coverage of topics important to practicing developers and architects.

What's inside

  • Secrets of .NET 1.1
  • ASP.NET best practices
  • Installing IIS 6.0
  • Managing COM+
  • Integrating Web Services
  • Local UDDI Services
  • How to secure ASP.NET apps
  • Deploying ASP.NET applications

About the author

Robert Foster is a consultant, trainer and .NET mentor who founded the Nashville VS.NET User Group, and is a regular speaker at industry events. Robert lives in Nashville, Tennessee.


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