Summary of Available COM+ Services 

The following table lists the topics that describe the COM+ services and other functionality available to .NET Framework classes, arranged by topic.

NoteNote

You can modify any CLS-compliant class to use COM+ services. The System.EnterpriseServices namespace provides custom attributes and classes for accessing these services from managed code.

Topic Description

Automatic Transaction Processing

Applies declarative transaction-processing features.

BYOT (Bring Your Own Transaction)

Allows a form of transaction inheritance.

How to: Use the BYOT (Bring Your Own Transaction) Feature of COM+

Shows how to use the BYOT feature to access the COM+ Distributed Transaction Coordinator (DTC).

How to: Create a Compensating Resource Manager (CRM)

CRMs apply atomicity and durability properties to non-transactional resources.

Just-in-Time Activation

Activates an object on a method call and deactivates when the call returns.

Loosely Coupled Events

Manages object-based events.

Object Construction

Passes a persistent string value to a class instance on construction of the instance.

Object Pooling

Provides a pool of ready-made objects.

Private Components

Protects components from out-of-process calls.

Queued Components

Provides asynchronous message queuing.

Role-Based Security

Role-based security applies security permissions based on role.

SOAP Service

SOAP service publishes components as XML Web services.

Synchronization

Synchronization manages concurrency.

Services without Components

Allows an application to use COM+ services without having to implement a ServicedComponent object or configure it in the COM+ catalog.

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