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101. Dcom: Microsoft Distributed Component
$36.49
102. Client/Server Survival Guide,
103. Client/Server Database Design
104. Inside Microsoft SQL Server 7.0
$40.00
105. Access 97 : Client Server Programming
106. Designing Enterprise Solutions
$49.40
107. ABAP/4, Second Edition: Programming
$34.97
108. Programming in the OSEK/VDX Environment
109. A Programmer's Guide to Jini Technology
110. Developing Client/Server Systems
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111. Distributed Systems Network Manageme
$79.95
112. Research and Advanced Technology
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113. The TUXEDO System: Software for
$59.16
114. Computer-Supported Cooperative
115. Distributed COM Application Development
116. Server+ Exam Prep (Exam: SK0-001)
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117. Mastering Web Services Security
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118. Distributed Detection and Data
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119. Coordination of Large-Scale Multiagent
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120. Server Load Balancing

101. Dcom: Microsoft Distributed Component Object Model
by John Wiley & Sons Inc (Computers)
Paperback (22 September, 1997)
list price: $39.99
Isbn: 0764580442
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Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Is COM or DCOM or COM+ still relevant?
The Component Object Model (COM) was introduced by Microsoft in 1993 to solve several problems.The leading problem was the inability to reuse code because class encapsulation was incomplete.Therefore certain implementation details of methods inside a class could inadvertently become exposed and exploited by some users and not by others.This made changing the implementation problematic.The underlying concept of COM is to make it possible to design and deploy software components much as electronic devices can be built from resistors, capacitors and inductors.You can safely replace a resistor of a certain number of ohms with a like resistor and be absolutely certain the replacement resistor will function identically to the replaced resistor.With components that act like black boxes and perform well defined functions in undocumented ways, you are well on your way to having replaceable software components.Next came the problem of versioning where a component would retain all of its previous functionality yet add some new ones.Users of the old version would not enjoy the benefits of the new version yet would function perfectly with the new version.Users of the new version would function with the old version after deciding the new version was unavailable and degrading their expectations.Versioning is carried out through unique 128-bit integer identifiers called Globally Unique IDs.Then COM goes a bit crazy with concepts like apartments and non-stack, non-heap special memory areas for passing across communications link and special types called variants that must be used in place of familar types.For example, a CString becomes a BSTR in COM.A COM object is instantiated through a special API call which returns a pointer to an interface through which other methods can be located and called.The housekeeping rules include careful reference counting so that unused objects can be removed from memory when the reference count goes to zero.On the whole, COM solves many problems yet is extremely cumbersome.No doubt, many careers have been made becoming expert with COM.Luckily, COM has been functionally replaced with the .NET framework which offers all of the advantages of COM with none of the muss or fuss.COM will be with us for a long time since major products are written using COM to include core business applications at some of the world's largest enterprises.I avoid COM as much as possible because I think it is ugly even though it serves a purpose.I am happy because there is an alternative.So, if you want to learn COM, by all means buy this book.But know that the technology is over a decade old and is slowly on its way out of favor.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good book but dataded
The book is out of date. I've found it very interesting

5-0 out of 5 stars A treat for any COM/DCOM Programmer...
I wish I had read this book earlier, Whenmost of the books dealt with a lot of theory, this is one book which makes you feel like you handled a real-life project.The sample Programmeis very generic and shouldinterestone and all, He delves systematically into the subject. If one wereuncomfortable with MIDL, I suggest he/she go thro' this book and come outall the wiser. I have yet to see a book which deals with conversionproblems and solutions while converting a client-server model to a webmodel. A few things I found lacking were examples on threaded apartmentsand surrogates. But I give it full marks still because the parts coveredare given such a nice treatment. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Computer Bks - Languages / Programming    2. Computer Books And Software    3. Computers    4. DCOM (Computer architecture)    5. Distributed Computer Systems    6. Distributed processing    7. Electronic data processing    8. Management Information Systems    9. Object-Oriented Programming    10. Object-Oriented programming (C    11. Object-Oriented programming (Computer science)    12. Programming - General    13. Programming - Object Oriented Programming    14. Programming Languages - General    15. Computer Communications & Networking    16. Object-oriented programming (OOP)   


102. Client/Server Survival Guide, 3rd Edition
by Wiley
Paperback (25 January, 1999)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent reference - but waiting for fourth edition!
I found this book very interesting 1.5 years ago when I read it. Partiallybecause there was a very good match between what was written in there, and what I could hear around me in the work place.4-0 out of 5 stars Great Book
Pros:5-0 out of 5 stars Covers A Lot, Easy to Understand
If you are not familiar with the Client/Server and Web programming jargon and/or are having trouble figuring out how all of the pieces fit together, this book is for you.Read more

Subjects:  1. Client-Server Computing - General    2. Client/server computing    3. Computer Books: General    4. Computers    5. Computers - Communications / Networking    6. Distributed Computer Systems    7. Management Information Systems    8. Programming - General    9. Computer Communications & Networking    10. Computers / Client-Server Computing    11. Databases & data structures    12. Internet    13. Systems analysis & design   


103. Client/Server Database Design with SYBASE: A High-Performance and Fine- Tuning Guide (McGraw-Hill Computer Communications Series)
by Mcgraw-Hill (Tx)
Hardcover (23 December, 1996)
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Isbn: 0070016976
Sales Rank: 960459
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Recommended with Reservation
A good book for high level description of the structure of Sybase System 11. When concerning details, there are many places the explanations are confusing. Pretty often two or more contradiction view of points appear inthe same page. Considering the lack of good Sybase books, I would like togive this one a favorable recommendation, but don't expect too much.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Reference & practical Book
I've got more than 30% improvement in my Server , After reading & use the concept which is describe in this book

5-0 out of 5 stars A very practical approach to learn how sybase actually works
This books gives an insight into sybase internals and how to get the best out of your server. The material on locking included in this book is one of the best I have seen so far. ... Read more

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104. Inside Microsoft SQL Server 7.0
by Microsoft Press
Hardcover (15 May, 1999)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Extremely well written
I purchased three things to help me prepare for the 70-029 exam:This book, the Exam Cram Book, and Transcender.The Exam Cram is garbage, but this book consistently presents the material in an accurate and logical fashion.It fully explains the concepts to the degree that fosters understanding as well as retention.Concept explanations are followed up by numerous examples and it's written in a way that makes a relatively dry subject interesting.It's impossible to go wrong with this book either as a reference or as a study guide.

4-0 out of 5 stars Best Book for SQL 7
If you only have one reference for SQL 7..this is it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Reference Material
I have not read this book cover to cover, nor could I.This book is a very good reference book (although I wish DTS was covered), but not exciting reading material.If you are a SQL Server programmer,I would definitely recommend you have this book on you shelf. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Client/server computing    2. Computer Books And Software    3. Computers    4. Computers - Data Base Management    5. Database Management - General    6. Database Management - SQL Server    7. Distributed Computer Systems    8. Information Technology    9. Programming - General    10. SQL server    11. Sql (Programming Language)    12. Database software    13. SQL   


105. Access 97 : Client Server Programming
by Mike Murach & Associates
Paperback (November, 1998)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great Resource
I have been developing applicaitons for a number of year now with Access 97 and have many books I have used.This book has become my most recommended.I have found many books on Access to be either too basic or too advanced for me.This book talks about basic concepts and then adds enough advanced information that almost anyone could learn something from it.The concepts are explained in a very understandable way.I wish I had bought this years ago!

5-0 out of 5 stars must for anyone who develops serious applications in Access
Client/Server Programming for Access 97 is a must have for anyone who develops serious applications in Access 97. It contains clear, practical guidelines to create and polish client/server applications using Access 97.I recommend this book to both novices and experts since it impossible tobelieve that there will not be something of value for anyone who reads it.It can be read cover to cover or used as a reference. As a footnote, I mustalso add that the paper quality is unusually good and the layoutscompletely avoid descriptions on one page and diagrams on the other.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent coverage of the entire topic
I just finished the book and I loved it! It does a very nice job of covering the entire topic in enough depth to provide real answers, while leaving plenty of room for exploration. I'll be downloading some of theexamples soon. I particularly liked the "Paired-Pages" arrangement wherethe right page summarizes and supplements the material presented on theleft. It delivers the concepts in convenient bite-size pieces withimmediate, built-in reinforcement. It will get my highest recommendation.It now takes it's place on my shelf alongside the other Access "Bible", theSybex Access97 Developer's Handbook. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Client-Server Computing - General    2. Client/server computing    3. Computer Bks - Languages / Programming    4. Computer Books: Web Programming    5. Computers    6. Computers - Languages / Programming    7. Database Management - General    8. Desktop Applications - MS Access    9. Distributed Computer Systems    10. Microcomputer Database Management Software    11. Microsoft Access    12. Programming - General    13. Programming - Software Development    14. Computer Programming    15. Database software    16. Systems management   


106. Designing Enterprise Solutions with Sun Cluster 3.0
by Prentice Hall PTR
Paperback (05 December, 2001)
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Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars A lot of theory, less practical
I bought this guide to enhance my suncluster3x knowledge. It's a good book, but with more "designs" and practical battle-camp examples it could be a great choice. ... Read more

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107. ABAP/4, Second Edition: Programming the SAP(R) R/3(R) System (2nd Edition)
by Addison-Wesley Professional
Hardcover (30 November, 2000)
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Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars This is forexperienced ABAPers only
I was new to ABAP and went haywire reading this book.This book is someone who already knows ABAP/4 for atleast 6 months or so.Even people with programming background trying to learn ABAP won't get anything from the this book.Infact one gets overwhelmed.THIS IS NOT YOUR FIRST ABAP BOOK !!!!
3-0 out of 5 stars "Heavy" book
Very analytical. Long sentence, long paragraph writing. It is helpfull only if you read it from the first to last page. Not a reference. More like bed time book

1-0 out of 5 stars Very faulty
I'm an SAP trainer - this book has a lot of mistakes, better buy"ABAP objects" from SAP Press/Galileo ... Read more

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108. Programming in the OSEK/VDX Environment (With CD-ROM)
by CMP Books
Paperback (October, 2001)
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109. A Programmer's Guide to Jini Technology
by Apress
Paperback (November, 2000)
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5-0 out of 5 stars New to Jini? Buy this book
It is a VERY good book on Jini. This is my FIRST jini book. I am a jini newbie. This book has answered lot of my questions on Jini and has guided me, step by step, to develop my first Jini project. I realize this book isn't complete ... but as a software developer, I need a book which can guide me to write effective & good code AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. I like it a lot ... really.5-0 out of 5 stars Lots of practical examples and material
This book helped med get hands-on-experience with Jini.5-0 out of 5 stars Good book on JINI
Among the JINI books, this book can be considered as very informative to learn about JINI technology.
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110. Developing Client/Server Systems Using Sybase SQL Server System 11
by John Wiley & Sons
Paperback (19 April, 1996)
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1-0 out of 5 stars Not a so good book.
* Bad index, so I can not use it as a reference book.4-0 out of 5 stars Great book for developers
I really liked the book. Most of the Sybase books you see are written forDBA's. This is an excellent guide for the everyday programmer. The authordoes a great job coving stored procedures and triggers. Very easy tounderstand and informative. I would give this book 4.8 stars. My only knockon the book is the index. It's a little too small. Overall an excellentbook. ... Read more

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111. Distributed Systems Network Manageme (VNR Communications Library)
by John Wiley & Sons
Paperback (01 February, 2001)
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112. Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries: 5th European Conference, ECDL 2001, Darmstadt, Germany, September 4-9, 2001. Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
by Springer
Paperback (16 October, 2001)
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113. The TUXEDO System: Software for Constructing and Managing Distributed Business Applications
by Addison-Wesley Professional
Paperback (10 September, 1996)
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3-0 out of 5 stars Covers a lot with tons of Acronyms - Confusing
There is a lot of information. Unfortunately there are hundreds of acronyms, most of them specific to Tuxedo programming.It becomes tedious boring reading as more later terms are described in older terms/acronyms.There are some diagrams but I did not find them particularly useful.Mostly architectural descriptions.Not a lot of working examples.Again, the reading is dry, but I'm not sure there is a better alternative out there on this topic.

2-0 out of 5 stars An illution of simplicity
I find this book rather poorly structured. The authors have not decided if this is a book for developers or for administrators, and they try to make it a book for both. I think they have ended ut writing a book fornobody.5-0 out of 5 stars A Model For Computer Books
This book is written the way books in this field should be written!Take note computer community, the authors of this book have not simply compiled an encyclopedia, but have carefully crafted a book.Early chapters providetheory and and lay the foundation for the detailed chapters that follow,covering everything from transactions to MIBS.Useful examples arepovided, and it is impossible to finish this book without a conversationalunderstanding of Tuxedo.If you need to know the difference between anRPC, FML buffer, and an RM, get the book! ... Read more

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114. Computer-Supported Cooperative Work: Introduction to Distributed Applications
by Springer
Hardcover (06 September, 2000)
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115. Distributed COM Application Development Using Visual Basic 6.0 and MTS
by Prentice Hall
Paperback (16 April, 1999)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Comprehensive
Jim Maloney covers allot of ground and he does it without being cute, like some other authors. It sounds like he's been dealing with students in many seminars. This book is a very good introduction to many important subjects. It's a great place to start learning about VB6.

3-0 out of 5 stars Weak in the hands on lab(s).
The book is well written and reads easily however the lab is one long program on a video store.I have found that books with these examples tend to get bogged down.Using "one long program" instead of different examples with each chapter, makes it difficult for the reader to skip a chapter because you have to pick up the program where the skipped chapter ended.If you are one who likes the one lab/program, then I think you will like this book better than I did. Otherwise try the Wrox series.

5-0 out of 5 stars smashin'
This book is a breath of fresh air, not only because it's chock full of real-world examples, but because it's written clearly, concisely and doesn't take up 3 feet of bookshelf space. Perhaps more importantly, it also manages to explain the kind of subject matter that is usually reserved for experienced programmers, but in a way that a novice will embrace and understand.Read more

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116. Server+ Exam Prep (Exam: SK0-001)
by Coriolis Group Books
Hardcover (15 August, 2001)
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So this technician who's worked out in the field for a while comes over to your house to help you pass the Server+ exam. Being a techie, he naturally lapses into bursts of dense technospeak once in awhile, but most of the time he explains things in a chatty, easy-to-understand manner. He peppers his explanations with real-life examples and touches on political pitfalls, rambling through various technologies and pausing occasionally to gripe about a program error or a common mistake that people make--but it's a friendly talk, informative and at your level. At the end of the day, you come away with solid knowledge of the underlying concepts, which should be enough to get you a pass. Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars A Good Resource
This text does an excellent job covering the topics included in the exam.Many of the end-of-chapter practice questions were nearly identical to the (pre-adaptive) exam.Also, the structure of all the practice questions are identical to the exam.I also liked how the text regularly alerted the reader to test related distinctions.5-0 out of 5 stars Generally impressed
Having taken over 14 certification exams I can say that I have never seen one as odd as the Server+. Fortunately I passed and for that I was grateful. I really didnt want to take it again.3-0 out of 5 stars For Learning, NOT for memorizing
Passed on first try Friday but just barely. Used only this book and truly read it from cover to cover. Also used some transcender sample questions and another Certification Bible CD for quizzing. The actual exam was harder than any practice questions I used. CompTIA's wordings were inverted and they actually test for thorough working knowledge rather than making sure I memorized any questions. All the info needed is contained in this fine prep book but a complete understanding of what I read was mandatory. Before studying this or the Server+ Certification Bible, I highly recommend, as I did, reading the real Bible. Then you'll have everything needed to pass the exam! ... Read more

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117. Mastering Web Services Security
by John Wiley & Sons
Paperback (01 February, 2001)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Good Perspective on Securing Web Services Apps
Mastering Web Services Security provides a valuable enterprise perspective on building secure Web Services applications. Rather than focusing on a single technology like .NET or Java, the book provides useful real-world guidelines for building Web Service based systems that use many different products.4-0 out of 5 stars good for developers of complex secure WS applications
The book does a great job explaining how to build non-trivial WS systems that are secure from end to end. Instead of limiting the material to descriptions of SOAP-related technologies and their security (this is what the other books I've read on WS security do), the authors first explain how to secure quickly a simple homogenous (M$-based) WS application, then point out the problems with such a simple-minded approach, and then devote the rest of the book to the question of securing complex heterogeneous WS applications by putting all necessary pieces together. 2-0 out of 5 stars Quadrasis EASI Web services security - user guide !
This book covers the basics and fundamentals of Web services security and industry specs to an extent and quite good. Read more

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118. Distributed Detection and Data Fusion (Signal Processing and Data Fusion)
by Springer
Hardcover (05 December, 1996)
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119. Coordination of Large-Scale Multiagent Systems
by Springer
Hardcover (17 October, 2005)
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Isbn: 0387261931
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120. Server Load Balancing
by O'Reilly Media
Paperback (August, 2001)
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Isbn: 0596000502
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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An increasing number of shops are putting clustering and load-balancing technologies into place so as to provide high availability and an economic way to scale server capacity. The slender Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars At the title I was impressed
But after digging into the content I was forced to re-evaluate my first impression.I looked to this book to guide me through numerous pieces and choices of server load balancing on a fair but balanced agenda.What I found was far too much information that was simply digested and reformatted from vendor and free areas.
3-0 out of 5 stars Needs more examples
This book gives an organized but purely descriptive overview of server load balancing and should be helpful to anyone who is approaching the subject for the first time but does not require quantitative assessments of the different methods for doing server load balancing. It is written for the network administrator, but anyone, including network managers should find it helpful. Network engineers may find the treatment too qualitative, but it could be supplemented by more rigorous material if needed.
1-0 out of 5 stars Disapointing Altogether
this is the first O'reilly book that I've been disapointed with! Too many purposeless examples and some configs can be downloaded from vendors web site...am also wondering about the many PETA references for a load balancing book (just off topic) ... Read more

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