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Remote objects registered in an ASP.NET application do not have to load the configuration file with the Configure method. In this case, the configuration settings are picked up automatically from the Web.config file for that application.
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The Configure method accepts two parameters: Filename and a Boolean switch that
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name of the hosting application followed by an .exe and .config filename extension. The following is an example of what the Configure method would look like when reg istering a configure file for a console application named MyServerApplication:
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'VB RemotingConfiguration.Configure("MyServerApplication.exe.config", False) //C# RemotingConfiguration.Configure("MyServerApplication.exe.config", false);
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The configuration file for the hosting application must include a remoting configura tion section. This section contains elements (see Table 4-6) that provide the remoting framework with key information about your remote object. The remoting configura tion section is identified with the <system.runtime.remoting> element. This is the root element for all remoting configuration elements and it needs to be placed within the <configuration> element for your application s App.config file.
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Table 4-6
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Setting Elements Used When Configuring Remoting
Name <system.runtime.remoting> <application> <lifetime>
Description Root element for all remoting configuration ele ments. Only one of these elements is needed. All application information will be placed within this one element. Resides within the Application tag and is used to specify information about the lifetime of all clientactivated and singleton objects provided as a service. Only one of these elements is needed and it is used to provide a container for channel templates. If it applies to a channel template, then the element should be placed directly beneath the <system.runtime.remoting> element. Templates are shortcuts because the channel setup settings specified in the Machine.config file do not have to be repeated in the config files for each application. If it applies to a specific new channel being set up, then the element should be placed directly beneath the <application> element.
<channels>
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Creating a Remoting Server Application
Table 4-6
Setting Elements Used When Configuring Remoting
Name <channel>
Description The <channel> element can reference a channel tem plate or contain configuration information for a new channel to be used. Used to specify channel sink provider information for both client and server channel sink providers. Providers specified here can be referenced anywhere a channel sink provider might be registered. Used within a <channel> element to specify sink pro viders for a specific instance. These sink providers are used on the server to process the channel. By specifying providers here, you override the default channel sinks for this channel. It is used within a <channelSinkProviders> element when specifying the channel sink template to be inserted into the server channel chain.
<channelSinkProviders>
<serverProviders>
<clientProviders>
Used within a <channel> element to specify sink pro viders for a specific instance. These sink providers are used on the client side. By specifying providers here, you override the default channel sinks for this channel. It is used within a <channelSinkProviders> element when specifying the channel sink template to be inserted into the client channel chain.
<formatter>
Used to specify the channel sink provider for a formatter sink and can be placed under the <serverPro vider> or <clientProvider> elements. Used to specify the channel sink provider for a chan nel sink and can be placed under the <serverPro vider> or <clientProvider> elements.
<provider>
Lesson 3: How to Configure a Server Application with a Configuration File
Table 4-6
Setting Elements Used When Configuring Remoting
Name <service>
Description Used to specify the objects that will be hosted and exposed to other applications. This element is placed beneath the <application> element. Used to specify information about server-activated objects that the application wants published. This element can be placed under the <service> or <client> elements. Used to specify information about client-activated objects that the application wants published. This element can be placed under the <service> or <client> elements. Used to specify the type mappings used with SOAP. If used, it is placed within the <application> element. Used to create a bidirectional map between a CLR type and an XML type and XML namespace. This ele ment is utilized when the element name cannot be changed and only one of them is allowed. Similar to the <interopXmlType> in that it is used to create a bidirectional map between a CLR type and an XML type and XML namespace. However, this element can be used more than one time. Used to load mappings for all classes that extend the SoapAttribute. If needed, this element would be placed within the <soapInterop> element. Used to specify whether types can be loaded in the configuration file when the application starts. This contains a Boolean value.
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