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If you make any changes to the component s Queuing tab, you must restart your COM+ application for these settings to take effect; otherwise, you will not see the changes.
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You use the Advanced tab (figure 6.15) to configure server process shutdown, protection, and debugging options for your application. The Server Process Shutdown section allows you to specify what happens when your application becomes idle. By selecting the first option, you ensure that your component will always be running after it has been started. You should use this setting if your application is configured to run as a Windows NT Service (see section 6.4.3). If you choose Enable Idle Shutdown and enter a setting in Minutes (the default is 3), your component will stop running after it has been idle the specified number of minutes. The Protection section of the Advanced tab allows you to enable/disable the deletion of and changes to components inside your application. If you want to debug your components when they are started, click Launch In Debugger. Then, specify the path of the debugger you wish to use. By selecting the Enable Compensating Resource Managers checkbox, you indicate that you want to use compensating resource managers (CRM) in your applications. A CRM is a COM+ feature that allows your components to participate in a two-phase DTC transaction.
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Figure 6.15 The Advanced tab
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Finally, the Enable 3GB Support option allows your component to access up to 3 GB of memory, whereas previous operating systems allowed access to only 2 GB. Next, the Dump tab (figure 6.16) enables you to configure your application to dump a static image for later analysis when an error occurs. In the Image Dump Directory text box, specify the path you want used when your component generates a dump
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Figure 6.17 The Pooling & Recycling tab
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image. By default, COM+ uses the %systemroot%\system32\com\dmp directory, where %systemroot% is your Windows directory. Next, configure the maximum number of dump images that should be stored in this directory. When the specified number is reached, COM+ will begin to overwrite the first version, then the next version, and so on. Selecting Enable Image Dump On Application Fault forces your application to dump an image to the specified directory when the application doesn t start or when an exception occurs inside the application. The Pooling & Recycling tab (figure 6.17) is used to configure COM+ application pooling and recycling. This tab consists of two sections: one for configuring the application s pool size and one for configuring when an application will recycle. The Pool Size setting specifies how many server processes (dllhost.exe processes) your application will use. The default value is 1. The Application Recycling section of this tab lets you specify when your application will be recycled. The application recycling options include: Lifetime Limit The time (in minutes) that the application should run before restarting Memory Limit The amount of memory (in KB) that the application can consume before restarting Expiration Timeout The time (in minutes) that the application will retain external references to objects before being forced to shut down Call Limit The maximum number of calls the application can receive before restarting 134 USING COM+ SERVICES 1.5
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Activation Limit The maximum number of object activations the application can receive before restarting Tuning each application can lead to a huge performance improvement for your COM+ applications. We will be talking about most of these properties (especially the new ones) during the remainder of this chapter, and we ll describe how to set them to best meet the needs of your applications.
COMPONENT PROPERTIES
The components that reside inside your application contain many more properties than with previous versions of COM. In this section, we examine the properties that you can set on each COM+ component. You can view the properties of a component by right-clicking the component in the Component Services administration tool (figure 6.1) and selecting Properties. The resulting Properties dialog box contains six tabs: General, Transactions, Security, Activation, Concurrency, and Advanced. The General tab (figure 6.18) provides general information about the component. The only editable property is the Description box, where you can type your own description for your component. This property defaults to the Namespace.ClassName naming convention of your component, which is specified by your component s source code. The DLL property displays the full path to the DLL file that contains your component s classes and interfaces. The CLSID property is generated automatically when your component is registered inside COM+. (The CLSID is an identifier used to uniquely identify a particular version of your component.) The Application property specifies
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