2.5 Contexts

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Application domains are subdivided further into contexts . Think of a context as a group of objects that share the same rules of use. These rules include such things as just-in-time activation, security, synchronization, thread affinity, transactions, and security. Under ordinary circumstances, application domains contain only one context: the default context . However, in some situations, the application domain contains additional contexts. Objects that support transactions (provided by COM+), for instance, would be contained in a separate context. These objects are known as context-bound objects .

Now that you better understand the execution environment of a .NET executable, let's look at the executable itself.

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Object-Oriented Programming with Visual Basic. Net
Object-Oriented Programming with Visual Basic .NET
ISBN: 0596001460
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2001
Pages: 112
Authors: J.P. Hamilton

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