With .NET, there's no excuse for skimping on security. When you build .NET applications, you get a lot of security code without writing it yourself. Kate presents the code you need to implement role based security using Managed C++.
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Learn about the refined behavior of the Default modifier and how you can define indexers for your custom, typed collections. These default indexers will allow you to index elements of an object using the customary integer as well as a string key value.
Web services are the talk of the Net; however, there is little information on Web Services with Visual C++. In her newest column, Kate covers calling a Web service asynchronously using Visual C++ .NET.
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