Advanced. NET Remoting CSharp Edition by Ingo Rammer

By Ingo Rammer

Complex .NET Remoting is the 1st publication out there that provides in-depth insurance of the .NET Remoting Framework. The booklet is split into sections&emdash;the first detailing the specifics of the framework and its features in real-world purposes. subject matters contain formatters, channels, lifetime concerns, safety, configuration documents, and the fundamentals of server-activated gadgets as opposed to client-activated items. additionally lined intimately are home windows prone, IIS, and server-side web hosting of remotable parts in console applications.
The moment a part of the ebook provides an extraordinary view of .NET Remoting internals. writer Ingo Rammer indicates how the framework makes use of message sinks and sink services, and offers in-depth guideline on tips to enforce message and channel sinks. those chapters additionally supply perception into the synchronous and asynchronous message processing in the framework.
Going some distance past the knowledge you will assemble from Microsoft's documentation, Rammer explains how .NET Remoting fairly works, and the way it may be prolonged. The booklet additionally features a bankruptcy at the improvement procedure and resource code for numerous real-world message sinks, and indicates you ways to enhance a customized Remoting delivery channel from scratch. It concludes with particular insurance of the ContextBoundObject category and .NET contexts, crucial for utilizing the expertise inside of person, client-only purposes.

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This gives you a huge advantage in that you don't have to distribute the implementation to the client system or manually tweak the output from SoapSuds -gc. Note Distributing the implementation to the client is not only a bad choice due to deployment issues, it also makes it possible for the client user to disassemble your object's codes using ILDASM or some other tool. You have to design your factory SAO using a shared assembly which contains the interface information (or abstract base classes) which are implemented by your remote objects.

ReadLine(); } } } 56 Chapter 3: Remoting in Action Chapter 3: Remoting in Action 57 Generating the SoapSuds Wrapped Proxy To generate a wrapped proxy assembly, use the SoapSuds command line shown in Figure 3-31. dll should be copied to the client directory, as you will have to reference it when building the client-side application. dll parameter to the command-line compiler. You can then use the Server namespace and directly instantiate a SomeRemoteObject using the new operator, as shown in Listing 3-23.

ApplicationName to a string value that identifies your server. The URL to your remote object will be http://:/. rem. This SAO will take the clients' requests to create a new instance and pass it on to the remoting framework. NET Tools. NET SDK tools. dll assembly must be referenced by the client. The sample client also registers the CAO and acquires two references to (different) remote objects. It then sets the value of those objects and outputs them again, which shows that you really are dealing with two different objects.

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