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Applied XML Programming for Microsoft® .NET by Dino Esposito

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Building a Remote Service

Let’s take the plunge into .NET Remoting and start building a service that can be exploited and consumed from remote clients. In Chapter 13, we’ll extend the service to make it openly available to Internet clients too. In this way, you can really grab the essence of .NET Framework distributed programming and understand the key differences that keep .NET Remoting and Web services separate even though they’re both children of a common model for remotable objects.

A .NET Remoting server and a Web service are both .NET Framework classes. As such, they can inherit from a parent class and can be left open to further inheritance. As you’ll see in more detail in Chapter 13, a Web service class can optionally inherit from the ...

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