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C# 5.0 Unleashed by Bart De Smet

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The Managed Add-In Framework

Although .NET Remoting as a communication mechanism for distributed computing has been largely superseded by service-oriented architecture (SOA) patterns (using either classic web services in ASP.NET or the WCF stack), it still pays off in scenarios where the most basic form of cross-domain communication is required. In particular, add-ins typically require strong isolation properties, which can be realized using application domains, as we saw before.

Use of application domains doesn’t provide a silver bullet, though. Certain behaviors can still have fatal consequences, such as an out-of-memory, stack-overflow, or other exceptions that corrupt the process state. To provide protection against those kinds of misbehavior ...

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