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Mastering Enterprise Development Using Microsoft Visual Basic 6


This course will teach Microsoft® Visual Basic® programmers, who currently build desktop applications and access corporate databases, the basics of how to build three-tier client/server solutions.

At the end of the first half of the course, students will be able to:

  • Compare traditional client/server development with Internet development and describe Microsoft's enterprise development strategy.
  • Use the Application Architecture Model from the Microsoft Solutions Framework to organize applications into user, business, and data services.
  • Use the Microsoft Visual Basic programming system to build component object model (COM) dynamic-link libraries (DLLs) and implement them in a multiuser environment using Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS).
  • Use MTS to address application infrastructure issues associated with building server-side COM objects that are used by many clients.
  • Create COM objects that use MTS services to participate in transactions and that use security.  
  • Use programming techniques to increase the scalability of COM objects.
  • Use ActiveX® Data Objects (ADO) from the middle tier to access data and invoke business and data services implemented in SQL.
  • Implement business and data services in a Microsoft SQL Server database through the use of stored procedures.
  • Apply basic debugging, error handling, and security techniques in a three-tier application.

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This course assumes that the student has intermediate programming competency with the Microsoft Visual Basic programming system. Before attending this course, students must be able to demonstrate the following skills:

  • Build and debug a simple Visual Basic-based application
  • Invoke and control an Automation server, such as Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Word, from a Visual Basicbased application
  • Create COM components using Visual Basic and invoke them from a client application
  • Use ActiveX Data Objects to open a database and work with record sets
  • Understand and use basic syntax for SQL

Completing either of the following courses satisfies the prerequisite skills listed above:

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