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The following tutorial note will give the user a basic framework for developing Remoting applications. The goal is educational usage in Introduction to Distributed Systems” and therefore issues on e.g. security or exception handling are left untouched in the application

Remoting is part of the .net framework intended for developing distributed applications. The framework allows for several remote object semantics where MarchallByReference is being exposed in this tutorial. Remoting also allows for several object creation methods e.g. Sever Activated Objects along with a several modes e.g. Singleton which dictates various attributes of the remote objects.  Remoting in C# using .net The following tutorial note will give the user a basic framework for developing Remoting applications. The goal is educational usage in “Introduction to Distributed Systems” and therefore issues on e.g. security or exception handling are left untouched in the application. Remoting is part of the .net framework intended for developing distributed applications. The framework allows for several remote object semantics where MarchallByReference is being exposed in this tutorial. Remoting also allows for several object creation methods e.g. Sever Activated Objects along with a several modes e.g. Singleton which dictates various attributes of the remote objects. 
The tutorial consists of a server and a client. The Server is defined as the component that offers connections, as in found in the folder called RemotingServer. The client is aptly named RemotingClient is found in the folder by the same name. Both of these are developed in MS visual studio 2005 and is tested in this environment; for all other environments your mileage may vary.Both the server and the configures the Remoting framework programmatically, where as it may be of use to understand and use The rest of this tutorial note gives the overall steps in setting up the applications, detailed comments are given in the source code.


Resource: http://www.cs.aau.dk/~bnielsen/DS-E08/dotnettutorial/RemotinginC-sharp.pdf
Posted By : C# Guides
On date : 04.05.10

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