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Editor's Note
Joe Flanigen
C++
Paul DiLascia
Bugslayer
John Robbins
Security Briefs
Keith Brown
Wicked Code
Jeff Prosise
With Further ADO: Coding Active Data Objects 2.0 with Visual Studio 6.0

ADO is the proposed standard for programming any kind of data source for which an OLE DB-compliant provider exists. You'll see how to utilize ADO with Visual Studio 6.0, concentrating on the Visual J++ language WFC classes and Visual Basic 6.0.
Dino Esposito

Write ActiveX Controls Using Custom Interfaces Provided by ATL 3.0

ATL 3.0 contains a number of enhancements you can use when writing ActiveX controls. Sometimes you need to build upon the functionality ATL provides before your control works well with common containers like Visual Basic.
Brent Rector and Chris Sells

Building a Lightweight COM Interception Framework,
Part II: The Guts of the UD

The Universal Delegator (UD) is an interception framework for COM programming that provides the code necessary to compose services on top of existing COM objects. This month you'll explore its internals, and learn how to write services to plug into it.
Keith Brown


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