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Building disbursed functions with visible Basic.NET offers company builders with the .NET Framework recommendations essential to construct disbursed and reusable enterprise structures in VB.NET. lined issues comprise: VB.NET and the .NET Framework structure and language techniques; construction disbursed purposes with VB.NET utilizing ADO.NET, XML, ASP.NET, cleaning soap, and COM+; and firm integration utilizing the prone Framework.

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NET (not to be confused with VB modules as discussed in Chapter 2). MSIL is eventually loaded by the CLR and compiled to native instructions and executed. NET Concepts PART I the fight for adding native compilation to VB was in vain and that this is a giant step backwards in terms of performance, there are benefits to using this approach, as will be discussed later in this chapter. NET code. Yes, a runtime distribution is required for operating systems on which the runtime is not preinstalled (which is all of them at this point, even the newly released Windows XP).

Of course, by allowing the CLR to manage the lifetime of your objects, by definition it does not allow deterministic finalization. This means that you cannot write code that will run immediately when the object is set to Nothing because the runtime determines when your object instances are actually deallocated. In other words, the CLR does not allow you to use Terminate events in VB and destructors in VC++. Keep in mind that for the purposes of this discussion, a destructor in VB is the Terminate event.

Assemblies that are compiled without a strong name are referred to as private assemblies and must be distributed in the application directory. NET Architecture CHAPTER 1 CAUTION In the case where the revision and build numbers have changed, the CLR does not guarantee that the newer revision is backward-compatible. ” Note that this is different from the COM specification where a component was loaded only if the interfaces it implemented had not changed. This selfversioning scheme ensured backward-compatibility but did not allow side-by-side execution.

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