What if you could use COM type libraries to generate debug information? We'll walk you through the implementation of a program that can run against COM-based components (typically third-party ActiveX controls) to get a symbol file for your debugger.
Windows 2000 gives you more control over your processes with its new job kernel objects, which let you group processes together and create sandboxes that restrict what they can do. You'll see how simple it is to use job objects in your own apps.
This month our ATL-based BullsEye ActiveX control gets some significant enhancements, including support for connection point and property change notifications, persistence, quick activation, and complete Visual Basic integration.