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Heath Stewart15-Jan-04 10:31
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If you're writing an application in .NET, it will typically be easier to do everything in .NET. When you start introducing other technologies such as COM components or making native function calls, you incur performance penalties because of marshaling.

If there are 3rd-party tools in .NET, you might consider that route, though. So long as they come from reputable companies that you know to release good products and have good quality assurance, you won't have to worry too much about maintaining that code (just make sure that there are no bugs related to your software, which you should report to them). They also can provide support, though the unfortunate current trend in modern commercial software is that you have to buy the product and support is an additional charge! Just depends on the vendor, I guess.

 

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GeneralRe: ADO.Net synchronization Pin
Mazdak15-Jan-04 6:53
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GeneralCryptGenKey -use of ALG_ID type Pin
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