Diference between Com and DOM

Posted by Rajeshk under Others on 12/21/2012 | Points: 10 | Views : 1376 | Status : [Member] | Replies : 1
Hi all,
can anyone differentiate the differences between the COM(Component object model) and Dom(Document object model)

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rajeshkommireddy@gmail.com



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Posted by: Chayanupadhyay on: 12/21/2012 [Member] Starter | Points: 25

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COM is a local component object model on one single machine.
DCOM is a distributed component object model working across several machines.

DCOM = COM + "Secure" Networking Transactions.

three main elements added to COM:

The way for creating a remote object.
The way for accessing a remote object.
The way to ensure secure access to a remote object.

COM is collection of tools which are executed on client
side environment whereas DCOM is a Distributed component
object Model runs at the given server.


Thanks & Regards,
Chayan Upadhyay

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