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Create a server application domain. Configure a server application programmatically. Configure a server application by using configuration files. Compile and build a server application. Create a remotable type. Create generic types. Configure a serialization formatter programmatically. Configure a binary formatter. Configure a SOAP formatter. Implement Version Tolerant Serialization (VTS).
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Create and serialize remotable types.
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Lesson 1: Remoting Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127 Lesson 2: How to Configure a Server Application Programmatically . . . . . . 141 Lesson 3: How to Configure a Server Application with a Configuration File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
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A computer that meets or exceeds the minimum hardware requirements listed in the Introduction at the beginning of the book. Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 and the .NET Framework 2.0. Knowledge of programming in Microsoft Visual Basic or C# and a basic under standing of object-oriented programming.
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Lesson 1: Remoting Basics
Lesson 1: Remoting Basics
This lesson explores the basics of remoting and what goes into making up a server remoting application. It begins with an overview of remoting and then identifies some of the basic types of remote objects. You learn the four available options for hosting a remoting application. You learn what three channels are available to your remoting application and know what is involved with activating a client or server object. Finally, you learn the basic requirements for a server remoting application. The lab at the end of this lesson walks you through building your first remoting application.
After this lesson, you will be able to:
Answer what remoting is and identify the circumstances in which remoting applica tions are appropriate. Identify the different types of remote objects. Know what different ways are available for hosting a remote server application. Identify the different types of communication channels available to remote objects. Know what is involved with activating a client or server object. Create your first basic remoting server application.
Estimated lesson time: 30 minutes
What Is Remoting
Remoting lets you call objects located in different processes and on different machines just as if they resided within the same application. Remoting hides all the complexities associated with these types of calls and lets you pass rich .NET data types (such as business objects) from one application domain to another. Each appli cation domain represents a group of objects that are part of the same application. That does not mean that remoting is a simple thing, however. Remoting is built into the Common Language Runtime (CLR) and is used to build sophisticated and efficient dis tributed applications. However, remoting should really only be considered as a dis tributed technology when both the server and the client reside on the .NET Framework. Remoting is most useful when you need to provide communication between objects residing on the same process but in different application domains. Imagine you have some code in a class file that you want to expose to other .NET applications and you decide remoting is the best option. The first step is to make your class a remoteable type by deriving from the MarshalByRefObject class. You then host your remoteable type inside another application such as a console application, a
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Creating a Remoting Server Application
Windows application, an ASP.NET Web application, or a Windows service. Your host application registers a channel so that other applications can get to your remote object. Configuration can be handled programmatically or through a configuration file. The remoting system then listens for incoming requests for your remote object and routes these requests according to the activation mode you used. This is a very simplified overview of how remoting works, but it gives you an idea of what large pieces are involved. Configuration is the part of remoting that usually gives people the most trouble. If both the client and the server are not configured properly, the remoting system will not pick up and route requests properly. So, if you are having problems getting remoting to work, check your configuration chances are something is missing or set incorrectly. The rest of this chapter explores the two options available for configuring your remoteable types: programmatically or using a configuration file.
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