Chapter 14. Creating Distributed Applications with Remoting

Topics in This Chapter

  • Application Domains: The logical partition within which a .NET application runs is called an application domain (or AppDomain). In this chapter, we examine how applications communicate and access resources across AppDomain boundaries.

  • Remoting: An application may call a method that resides in another AppDomain, another process, or on another machine. This process, known as remoting, requires creating a client and server that agree to communicate across these boundaries. This chapter looks at the options available to implement remoting.

  • Leasing and Sponsorship: Garbage Collection in .NET does not recognize remote references when removing objects. To prevent a remote ...

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