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Applied XML Programming for Microsoft® .NET by Dino Esposito

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Chapter 12. The .NET Remoting System

The Microsoft .NET Framework infrastructure for remoting is the set of system services that enable .NET applications to communicate and exchange data and objects. In this chapter and Chapter 13, you’ll find an annotated overview of the two technologies that constitute the .NET answer to the universal demand for a seamless and effective mechanism for building distributed and interoperable applications: .NET Remoting and Web services.

Before we begin our technical examination of the .NET Remoting architecture, a broader perspective is necessary to understand how .NET Remoting—that is, a non-XML technology—fits into a book about XML.

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