This is the post number 11, the final article in a series that describes new and updated samples in the Windows 7 SDK.  The following is a new COM+ Spy sample that was updated to support Windows 7.  

 

See also:

New Win32 Samples in Windows SDK for Windows 7: Networking and Related Services

New Win32 Samples in Windows SDK for Windows 7: Multimedia

New Win32 Samples in Windows SDK for Windows 7: Security

New Win32 Samples in Windows SDK for Windows 7: Systems Management

New Win32 Samples in Windows SDK for Windows 7: Open Packaging Conventions (OPC)

New Win32 Samples in Windows SDK for Windows 7: Tablet PC and MultiTouch

New Win32 Samples in Windows SDK for Windows 7: Web

New Win32 Samples in Windows SDK for Windows 7: Windows Base

New Win32 Samples in Windows SDK for Windows 7: Windows User Interface

New Win32 Samples in Windows SDK for Windows 7: Windows XML Paper Specification (XPS)

 

Over 1,200 samples were changed since the release of the Windows SDK for Windows 7 RC release. Many “new to Win 7” samples were added, simplified, or extended, and many older samples were updated to support Windows 7 as well as older operating systems.

 

For build instructions and additional information about the samples, see the Readme.txt files and other documents in the SDK sample folders. For general sample building instructions, refer to the Samples Reference page that installs with the Windows SDK, and the SDK Release Notes (under the Start menu, in All Programs > Microsoft Windows SDK v7.0). By default, Win32 samples are installed under the following path: C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0\Samples.

 

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Updated Com+ Spy sample in the Windows SDK for Windows 7

Sample

Description

Install Location

COM+ Spy

The COM+ system event publisher publishes events using COM+ LCE services. The COMSpy sample application provides an example of a program which subscribes to these published events. COMSpy Demonstrates what is going on inside a COM+ process by displaying and logging event metrics.

com\administration

 

Karin Meier-Magruder

Program Manager for Samples

Windows SDK Team