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Applied XML Programming for Microsoft® .NET by Dino Esposito

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Further Reading

Although this chapter touched on all the key aspects of the .NET Remoting technology, it revealed only the tip of the iceberg. Throughout the chapter, I’ve noted several aspects of .NET Remoting whose coverage was simply beyond the scope of a book about XML. Principal among the resources that cover these topics in more detail is the MSDN .NET Framework documentation, but many other appropriate resources are also available.

I mentioned that Windows XP and newer systems boast a modified loader that looks directly into the source Portable Executable (PE) file to find .NET Framework–specific metadata. To understand the entire loading process of managed executables in Windows XP as well as in Windows 2000, I know just one resource: ...

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