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Editor's Note
Joe Flanigen
C++
Paul DiLascia
Bugslayer
John Robbins
Visual Programmer
George Shepherd
Under the Hood
Matt Pietrek
Building a Store-and-Forward Mechanism with Windows 2000 Queued Components

Support for disconnected operation is extremely useful in distributed computing. The Queued Components service of Windows 2000, which uses MSMQ instead of RPC as the transport mechanism for COM, is a fairly easy way to get disconnected operation.
David Platt

Exposing Your Custom Data In a Standardized Way Through ADO and OLE DB

How do you expose custom and proprietary data formats through a common and standard programming interface? Here, you'll see three ways to pack your data into recordsets so that they can be successfully handled later via OLE DB and ADO.
Dino Esposito

Distributed Authoring and Versioning Extensions for HTTP Enable Team Authoring

HTTP 1.1 lets you edit Web content from remote locations, but it lacks features needed for team development, such as file locking and versioning. Distributed Authoring and Versioning is a set of extensions that fill this gap.
Leonid Braginski and Matthew Powell


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