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					Develop enterprise applications using Packt's new
Microsoft Enterprise Library 5.0 book
Submitted by ananjan chaudhuri
16th November, 2010


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Packt is pleased to announce Microsoft Enterprise Library 5.0, a new book that helps programmers to develop
enterprise applications using the enterprise library application blocks as well as set up the initial infrastructure
configuration of the application blocks using the configuration editor. Written by Sachin Joshi, this book provides an
in-depth knowledge about the individual functional Application Blocks as well as enabling reconfiguration of various
applications in order to improve testing of the application in isolation.


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Microsoft Enterprise Library is a collection of reusable application blocks designed to assist software developers with
common enterprise development challenges. It provides an API to facilitate best practices in core areas of programming
including data access, security, logging, exception handling and others. Enterprise Library is provided as pluggable
binaries and source code, which can be freely used and customized by developers for their own purposes.


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Microsoft Enterprise Library 5.0 gives programmers an overview of the different reusable software components in the
Enterprise Library and their inter-dependencies which helps in increasing productivity through the satisfaction of
common application concerns. It gives a thorough analysis on the implementation of custom trace listener, log
formatter, and log filter as well as configuring the Exception Handling block and wrap.


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This book's step-by-step tutorial provides complete guidance towards the development of small applications in order to
implement the functions in each application block. Users would be able to configure the Exception Handling block, and
wrap or replace exceptions using a Wrap Handler or a Replace Handler. They can also implement a custom Hash
Provider and Symmetric Cryptography Provider.


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Programmers, consultants or associate architects, interested in developing enterprise applications will find this book an
interesting and beneficial read. This book is out now and available from Packt. For more information please visit
www.packtpub.com/microsoft-enterprise-library-5-0/book




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