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//C# using System; using MSLearning.12.Services; namespace MSLearning.12.ConsoleClient {
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{ Console.WriteLine("An error occured: " + ex.Message); } Console.ReadKey(); }
Lab 2: Using the Serviced Component in a Separate Application
In this exercise, you create a console application named ConsoleClient that creates and consumes the service for inserting SalesReasons that you created in Lesson 1. If you chose to skip Lesson 1, look on the CD for the results of Lesson 1 and continue from there. 1. Open Visual Studio 2005 and open the solution created in Lesson 1, named MSLearning.Exercises. 2. Add a new C# or Visual Basic 2005 Console Application project. 3. Name the project ConsoleClient. 4. In Solution Explorer, right-click the project and click Properties. In the Default Namespace text box, type MSLearning.12.ConsoleClient. 5. Right-click the project in Solution Explorer and add a project reference to the AdventureWorksServices project. 6. Open the file Program.cs. 7. Modify the code to include an MSLearning.12.Lesson1 statement, make the Main method create an instance of the SalesService, and call the InsertSalesReason method. You can make up your own name and reason, write to the console that the sales reason has been added, and wait for a keystroke before terminating the application. Your code should look like this:
'VB Imports MSLearning.12.Services Module Module1 Sub Main() Using service As New SalesService() service.InsertSalesReason("MCP discount", _ "Certified Professionals are our friends.") Console.WriteLine("Sales reason has been added.") Console.ReadLine() End Using
Lesson 2: Consuming the Serviced Component
End Sub End Module //C# using System;
using MSLearning.12.Services;
namespace MSLearning.12.ConsoleClient {
class Program
static void Main(string[] args) { using (SalesService service = new SalesService()) { service.InsertSalesReason("MCP discount", "Certified Professionals are our friends."); Console.WriteLine("Sales reason has been added."); Console.ReadLine(); }
Lesson Summary
Referencing a serviced component is no harder than referencing any other man aged code assembly. Calling a method or accessing a property on a serviced component from man aged code is like calling a regular method or property.
Lesson Review
You can use the following questions to test your knowledge of the information in Les son 2, Consuming the Serviced Component. The questions are also available on the companion CD if you prefer to review them in electronic form.
NOTE
Answers
Answers to these questions and explanations of why each answer choice is right or wrong are located in the Answers section at the end of the book.
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Creating Serviced Components
1. Which are true of types that inherit from ServicedComponent (Choose all that apply.) A. You can use Add Web Reference to consume the service. B. The accessibility of the class needs to be public. C. They have to explicitly implement an interface. D. You can use Add Reference to consume the service. 2. Which methods can you use to create an instance of a serviced component (Choose all that apply.) A. Use Activator.CreateInstanceFrom(...). B. Add a reference to the assembly and use the new keyword. C. Add a reference to the object registered in the COM+ catalog and use the new keyword. 3. Which of the following statements are true (Choose all that apply.) A. A serviced component needs to have an application name. B. A serviced component needs to have a strong name. C. A serviced component can only call other serviced components. D. A serviced component can only call components with a strong name.
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Review
To further practice and reinforce the skills you learned in this chapter, you can per form the following tasks:
Review the chapter summary. Review the list of key terms introduced in this chapter. Complete the case scenarios. These scenarios set up real-world situations involv ing the topics of this chapter and ask you to create a solution. Complete the suggested practices. Take a practice test.
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