By Ingo Rammer

Complex .NET Remoting is the 1st publication out there that provides in-depth insurance of the .NET Remoting Framework. The e-book is split into sections&emdash;the first detailing the specifics of the framework and its features in real-world purposes. issues contain formatters, channels, lifetime matters, safety, configuration documents, and the fundamentals of server-activated items as opposed to client-activated gadgets. additionally lined intimately are home windows companies, IIS, and server-side website hosting of remotable elements in console applications.
The moment a part of the e-book offers an extraordinary view of .NET Remoting internals. writer Ingo Rammer exhibits how the framework makes use of message sinks and sink prone, and provides in-depth guide on how you can enforce message and channel sinks. those chapters additionally supply perception into the synchronous and asynchronous message processing in the framework.
Going a long way past the data you are going to assemble from Microsoft's documentation, Rammer explains how .NET Remoting relatively works, and the way it may be prolonged. The e-book additionally incorporates a bankruptcy at the improvement strategy and resource code for a number of real-world message sinks, and indicates you ways to boost a customized Remoting shipping channel from scratch. It concludes with specified assurance of the ContextBoundObject type and .NET contexts, crucial for utilizing the know-how inside of person, client-only purposes.

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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. As you can see in Listing 3-5, the activation of the remote object is done with the new operator.

Even if the server has been offline, you won't be notified beforehand. The last kind of function is a little different from the preceding ones. With asynchronous one-way methods, you don't have the option of receiving return values or getting an exception if the server has been offline or otherwise unable to fulfill your request. NET Remoting Framework will just try to call the methods on the remote server and won't do anything else. NET Framework. The server will be contacted directly and, except when using multiple client-side threads, the client code will block until the server has finished executing its method.

NET Remoting (especially for the first call on a remote object), this example will take more than ten seconds to run. You can see that this assumption is right by looking at the client's output in Figure 3-15. The total client execution takes 12 seconds. When looking at the server's output in Figure 3-16, note that all methods are called synchronously. Every method is finished before the next one is called by the client. Figure 3-15: Client's output when using synchronous calls Figure 3-16: Server's output when called synchronously 42 Chapter 3: Remoting in Action Chapter 3: Remoting in Action 43 Asynchronous Calls In the synchronous calls example, you saw that waiting for every method to complete incurs a performance penalty if the calls themselves are independent; the second call doesn't need the output from the first.

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