Implementing the JobClient Application
We can now turn our attention to implementing a client application that makes remote method calls on the remote object hosted by the JobServer application. It’s worth repeating that one of the great things about .NET Remoting is how unobtrusive it is. .NET’s remoting capabilities just seem to exist in the background, without requiring a class implementer to write a large amount of extra “glue” code to benefit from the .NET Remoting architecture. Let’s now detail the basic tasks that you must complete to enable a client application for remoting.
Choosing a Client Application Domain
We had several choices for hosting the JobServerImpl instance as a remote object. We have the same choices for implementing ...