Chapter 5. .NET Remoting for Synchronous Integration

Introduction

Microsoft .NET Remoting provides a framework that allows objects to interact with one another across application domains. The framework provides a number of services, including activation, lifetime support, and communication channels responsible for transporting messages to and from remote applications. Formatters are used for encoding and decoding the messages before they are transported by the channel. Applications can use binary encoding where performance is critical or XML encoding where interoperability with other frameworks that provide similar functionality is essential. One method of encoding is to use XML, which uses the SOAP protocol when transporting messages from one ...

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