Re: Authenticating users in an n-Tier/layer architecture
From: "Joseph Geretz" <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2003 10:44:17 -0500
OK, understood. If your app is not a COM app in the first place, then all
bets are off as far as COM+ is concerned.
- Joe Geretz -
"Chris Blanco" <cblancoNOSPAM@necam.com> wrote in message
> The main problem I have with COM+ is that the main service for my APP is
> legacy code and not designed to be COM compliant. Which is throwing a kink
> in the whole operation. The service is VERY LARGE and CANNOT be converted
> managed code within the time frame we have. Currently we communicate with
> the unmanaged code with XML over a TCP/IP transport service we created.
> is where the security problems kick in.
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