"The Anatomy of a Simple IntranetWare Client/Server Application: Parts 1, 2, and 3" published in September, October, and November 1997 available via the following links:
"The Anatomy of a Simple IntranetWare Client/Server Application Part 1"
"The Anatomy of a Simple IntranetWare Client/Server Application Part 2"
"The Anatomy of a Simple IntranetWare Client/Server Application Part 3"
Illustrates how to develop a simple NLM and use an NCP (NetWare Core Protocol) extension to expose the NLM's service on the network. Also, demonstrates how to extend the NDS schema to accommodate an application's special object types. Additionally, it illustrates how to develop a snapin to enable administrators to manage the objects. Lastly, illustrates how to develop the client side of an application with the ability to manage tree lists, to select a tree, search the selected tree for an optimal service instance, and establish an authenticated connection from the client to the server running the optimal service instance. The files available include:
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