Pipeline objects use pipeline configuration files to run a series of pipeline components. This section provides code samples showing how to use pipeline objects and pipeline components.
The Pipeline Programming Concepts topic describes what a pipeline is, the sequence of events in a pipeline, and how pipelines can be customized.
|Visual Basic Reference||C++ Invocation||Description|
|MicroPipe||MicroPipe||Runs a single pipeline component from an ASP page without using a pipeline configuration file (.pcf).|
|MtsPipeline||MtsPipeline||Executes a non-transacted Microsoft Commerce Server 2002 pipeline.|
|MtsTxPipeline||MtsTxPipeline||Executes a transacted Microsoft Commerce Server 2002 pipeline.|
|OrderPipeline||OrderPipeline||Runs a Microsoft Commerce Server 2002 pipeline, and is particularly useful in the Content Selection Framework.|
|PooledPipeline||PooledPipeline||Executes a non-transacted Microsoft Commerce Server 2002 pipeline that uses COM+ object pooling for better performance.|
|PooledTxPipeline||PooledTxPipeline||Executes a transacted Microsoft Commerce Server 2002 pipeline that uses COM+ object pooling for better performance.|
|Code to Invoke a Single Pipeline Component||Describes how to use the Micropipe object to run a single component.|
|Code to Invoke a Pipeline||Provides sample code to set up the objects and dictionaries necessary to run a pipeline.|