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Microsoft® Visual J#™ .NET (Core Reference) by John/Longshaw, Andy Sharp

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Customizing Remoting

By now, you should appreciate that the remoting services implemented by .NET are comprehensive and for the most part pretty simple to program against. Much of the complexity of marshaling objects, creating proxies, and transmitting data is hidden in a set of system-defined classes. However, the remoting infrastructure is highly extensible; the .NET Framework Class Library provides a set of helper classes and interfaces that you can use if you want to examine or modify the default behavior of the remoting system. There’s much more to remoting than we have the time or space to cover in this chapter, so here we’ll concentrate on a few of the less esoteric options.

One-Way Remoting

On some occasions, a remote method might not return ...

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