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Dim props As New Hashtable
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props( port ) = 0 port=0 is used for client channels.
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Dim channel As New HttpClientChannel(props, New BinaryClientFormatterSinkProvider) ChannelServices.RegisterChannel(channel)
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Register the remote object (as a CAO, in this case).
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RemotingConfiguration.RegisterActivatedServiceType(GetType(Calculator))
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Registration through Configuration Files
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The code examples you ve seen so far register a remote object and a channel program matically, a technique that provides the highest flexibility and the capability to change configuration settings at run time. In many real-world applications, however, you might want to store these settings in the configuration file so that you can change them without recompiling the application. Both the client and the host application can use the RemotingConfiguration.Configure shared method to have the .NET remoting architecture read a given configuration file and apply all the settings it defines:
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(This code assumes that the current application is named MyHostApp.) RemotingConfiguration.Configure( MyHostApp.Exe.Config )
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The configuration file can have any name, so you can switch to a different set of values simply by selecting another configuration file, but it s advisable that you use the
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application s main .config file. You aren t forced to use the same registration method on the client and on the server system for example, the host application can use a configuration file, whereas the client application can do the registration via code. These are the portions of the configuration file that affect the .NET remoting infrastructure:
< xml version="1.0 encoding="utf-8 > <configuration> <system.runtime.remoting> <application name="applicationame > <channels> <!-- Define all the channels used by the application. --> <channel> </channel> </channels> <!-- Define all server objects exposed by this application. --> <service> </service> <!-- Define all client objects used by this application. --> <client> </client> <!-- Define the default lifetime for exposed MBR objects. --> <lifetime .... /> </application> <!-- Specify how much error information is returned to clients. --> <customErrors .... /> </system.runtime.remoting> </configuration>
In the following sections, you ll learn how to use all the tag elements in the preceding listing, except the <lifetime> tag (which I ll cover in the section Changing Lease Set tings for the Server Application ). In most cases, an application uses either the <ser vice> tag (if it s a host application) or the <client> tag (if it s a client application). In more complex scenarios, however, an application can expose one or more objects to remoting and consume remote objects exposed by other applications at the same time; therefore, its configuration file can include both types of tags.
The <channel> Tag
The <channel> tag lets you define both the server channel and the client channel. The ref attribute specifies the type of the channel tcp or http and the port attribute is the port number:
<configuration> <system.runtime.remoting>
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<application> <channels> <!-- A server TCP channel on port 50000 --> <channel ref="tcp port="50000"/> </channels> </application> </system.runtime.remoting> </configuration>
The previous configuration file defines a server channel. When defining a client chan nel, you omit the port number:
<channels> <!-- A client TCP channel --> <channel ref="tcp /> </channels>
The <channel> tag supports a few optional attributes, such as name (the name, which defaults to tcp or http), priority (default is 1), and machine Name (the name of the server machine; will be used instead of the IP address when publishing the channel). The HTTP channel supports the clientConnectionLimit attribute (the number of con nections that can be open in a given moment; the default is 2), the timeout attribute (in milliseconds; use 1 for infinite timeout), and the proxyName and proxyPort attributes (name and port of your proxy server):
<!-- A server HTTP channel that supports up to 10 simultaneous connections --> <channel ref="http port="50000 clientConnectionLimit="10 />
Server-side TCP channels support the rejectRemoteConnection attribute. If you set this attribute to true, .NET remoting will allow only communication among AppDomains on the local machine and will reject requests from remote computers:
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