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An Introduction To .NET Remoting


.Net remoting lets us work with remote objects programatically. In this article David gives us the 101 on .NET remoting and shows us how to create a remote object.

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By: David Talbot
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August 28, 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · An Introduction To .NET Remoting
  2. · Creating The Shared Library
  3. · The Server Object
  4. · The Remote Client
  5. · Conclusion

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.NET Remoting provides a powerful and high performance way of working with remote objects. Architecturally, .NET Remote objects are a perfect fit for accessing resources across the network without the overhead posed by SOAP based Web Services. .NET Remoting is easier to use than Java's RMI, but definitely more difficult than creating a Web Service.

In this article we will create a remote object that will return an Object read in from a database. I've also included an alternate object that omits the database functionality in order to allow those that don't have a database available to still play with .NET remoting.
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