Thenamespace provides an important infrastructure for enterprise applications. COM+ provides a services architecture for component programming models deployed in an enterprise environment. This namespace provides .NET objects with access to COM+ services making the .NET Framework objects more practical for enterprise applications.
Creates an activity to do synchronous or asynchronous batch work that can use COM+ services without needing to create a COM+ component. This class cannot be inherited.
Specifies access controls to an assembly containing ServicedComponent classes.
Specifies whether components in the assembly run in the creator's process or in a system process.
Specifies the application ID (as a GUID) for this assembly. This class cannot be inherited.
Specifies the name of the COM+ application to be used for the install of the components in the assembly. This class cannot be inherited.
Enables queuing support for the marked assembly and enables the application to read method calls from Message Queuing queues. This class cannot be inherited.
Marks the attributed method as an AutoComplete object. This class cannot be inherited.
Wraps the COM+ ByotServerEx class and the COM+ DTC interfaces ICreateWithTransactionEx and ICreateWithTipTransactionEx. This class cannot be inherited.
Enables security checking on calls to a component. This class cannot be inherited.
Enables you to pass context properties from the COM Transaction Integrator (COMTI) into the COM+ context.
Enables COM+ object construction support. This class cannot be inherited.
Obtains information about the COM+ object context. This class cannot be inherited.
Sets the description on an assembly (application), component, method, or interface. This class cannot be inherited.
Marks the attributed class as an event class. This class cannot be inherited.
Enables event tracking for a component. This class cannot be inherited.
Sets the queuing exception class for the queued class. This class cannot be inherited.
Enables access to ASP intrinsic values from ContextUtil.GetNamedProperty. This class cannot be inherited.
Enables queuing support for the marked interface. This class cannot be inherited.
Turns just-in-time (JIT) activation on or off. This class cannot be inherited.
Determines whether the component participates in load balancing, if the component load balancing service is installed and enabled on the server.
Forces the attributed object to be created in the context of the creator, if possible. This class cannot be inherited.
Enables and configures object pooling for a component. This class cannot be inherited.
Identifies a component as a private component that is only seen and activated by components in the same application. This class cannot be inherited.
Provides configuration information for installing assemblies into the COM+ catalog.
Retrieves extended error information about methods related to multiple COM+ objects. This also includes methods that install, import, and export COM+ applications and components. This class cannot be inherited.
The exception that is thrown when a registration error is detected.
Installs and configures assemblies in the COM+ catalog. This class cannot be inherited.
Obsolete. This API supports the product infrastructure and is not intended to be used directly from your code. Used by the .NET Framework infrastructure to install and configure assemblies in the COM+ catalog while maintaining a newly established transaction.
Stores objects in the current transaction. This class cannot be inherited.
Ensures that the infrastructure calls through an interface for a method or for each method in a class when using the security service. Classes need to use interfaces to use security services. This class cannot be inherited.
Describes the chain of callers leading up to the current method call.
Provides an ordered collection of identities in the current call chain.
Contains information that regards an identity in a COM+ call chain.
Configures a role for an application or component. This class cannot be inherited.
Represents the base class of all classes using COM+ services.
The exception that is thrown when an error is detected in a serviced component.
Accesses a shared property. This class cannot be inherited.
Represents a collection of shared properties. This class cannot be inherited.
Controls access to shared property groups. This class cannot be inherited.
Sets the synchronization value of the component. This class cannot be inherited.
Specifies the type of transaction that is available to the attributed object. Permissible values are members of the TransactionOption enumeration.
Implements error trapping on the asynchronous batch work that is submitted by the Activity object.
Functions in Queued Components in the abnormal handling of server-side playback errors and client-side failures of the Message Queuing delivery mechanism.
Supports setting the time-out for the Startup method.
Supports methods that can be called when a COM component starts up or shuts down.
Installs and configures assemblies in the COM+ catalog.
Implements the batch work that is submitted through the activity created by Activity.
Corresponds to the Distributed Transaction Coordinator (DTC) ITransaction interface and is supported by objects obtained through ContextUtil.Transaction.
Represents the method that handles the ending of a transaction.
Specifies the level of access checking for an application, either at the process level only or at all levels, including component, interface, and method levels.
Specifies the manner in which serviced components are activated in the application.
Specifies the remote procedure call (RPC) authentication mechanism. Applicable only when the ActivationOption is set to Server.
Indicates whether all work submitted by Activity should be bound to only one single-threaded apartment (STA). This enumeration has no impact on the multithreaded apartment (MTA).
Specifies the level of impersonation allowed when calling targets of a server application.
Indicates whether to create a new context based on the current context or on the information in ServiceConfig.
Flags used with the RegistrationHelper class.
Indicates the context in which to run the COM+ partition.
Specifies the mode for accessing shared properties in the shared property group manager.
Specifies the release mode for the properties in the new shared property group.
Indicates how side-by-side assemblies are configured for ServiceConfig.
Specifies the type of automatic synchronization requested by the component.
Indicates the thread pool in which the work, submitted by Activity, runs.
Specifies the value of the TransactionAttribute.
Specifies the automatic transaction type requested by the component.
Indicates the transaction status.
Specifies the values allowed for transaction outcome voting.
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