A Simple Remoting Server

So far we’ve explored a fair bit of information about the .NET Remoting architecture and its capabilities. It’s time to dive into a complete example to see how it works in practice. This example requires three ingredients: the client application, the remote object, and the component host. You can develop and test the design on a single computer and modify the configuration later when you deploy it.

The easiest way to develop these three ingredients is to use separate Microsoft Visual Studio .NET projects. You can group them together into a single solution if you would like, but it’s not required. In fact, you might want to try creating them in separate Visual Studio .NET instances first, which will help you understand each ...

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