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ActiveX Q&A Editor's Note
Joe Flanigen
Under the Hood
Matt Pietrek  
Visual Programmer
Shepherd and Wingo
House of COM
Don Box 
C++ Q&A
Paul DiLascia
Microsoft Message Queue is A Fast, Efficient Choice for Your Distributed Application

How do you get the various parts of your distributed app to communicate with each other? One option is message queuing middleware like the Microsoft Message Queue (MSMQ), which lets applications communicate reliably on unreliable networks.
David Chappell

Use MSMQ and MTS to Simplify the Building of Transactional Applications

MSMQ offers built-in transactional support, so your app can utilize MTS. Not only will you be able to offer the flexibility of asynchronous messages, you can ensure your data won't be compromised by inconsistent state.
Mark Bukovec and Dick Dievendorff

Control Spy Exposes the Clandestine Life of Windows Common Controls, Part I

Mark Finocchio introduces Control Spy, a suite of 22 programs—one for each Windows common control—that will give you better insight into the new common controls from Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 and the latest updates to the old favorites.
Mark Finocchio


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