.Net Remoting



Dot net remoting tutorial

01) Server Activated Single Call


Dot net remoting is client and server based distributed object technology. In this first article about dot net remoting, we will create a remote server and client application. In this article, we are going to use Server Activated single call technique. Read Here




02) Importance of Serialization

In this article, we will explore the importance of the Serialization and its attributes. For basic example on how to create dot net remoting read the previous article on dot net remoting. Here, we will explore the serialization by creating two-console application one for the server and the other one is for the client. Read Here




03) Server Activated Singleton


In the previous two articles, we saw the server activated, single call remote objects. Also remember, each call to the server will create a new remote object in the Single call technique. In this article, we will see how the Singleton remote objects work. Then we will walk through an example. Read Here







04) Using Generics in Remoting


In the previous articles, you saw Singlecall remote object and Singleton remote object. In this article I will show you the usage of Generics in the remote object and how the server will register it and how the client will consume it. Read Here







05) Async and Sync Calls to remote object functions


In this article, I explain how will you use delegate on the functions exposed by the remote object. Also, I will explain how do we call those remote object functions in a synchronous way and in an asynchronous way. Read Here






06) Client Activated Remote Objects


In the previous article, I had written about server activated remote objects. Also provided a separate article for Single Call and Singleton on the Server activated remote objects. In this post, we will explore how do we use the Client activated remote objects. Read Here




07) Accessing remote object using Http Chanel and soapsuds


In this article, we will look at how do we use the Http channel for communication and how do we create the Metadata proxy from the server deployed remote objects using the SoapSuds command line utility. OK. Let us start. The explanation is reduced here. Read my first article on Dot.Net remoting link for basic details on remoting.. Read Here






08) Configuring the Remote Server and Remote Client using the configuration files


In this article, I will show you to use the configuration file on server and client side of you remoting    applications. Instead of developing the application from scratch we will take the already developed one and make use of the configuration file.  Read Here  








09) Connectionless Communication Between App: Sending Messages to MSMQ


MSMQ stands for Microsoft Message Queue. MSMQ is a message storage area where one more application contacts to send or receive the messages. The message is packed information and it can be plain text in XML  Read Here  





10) Connectionless Communication Between App: Reading Messages From MSMQ



In the previous article, we looked at writing into the message queue. We wrote separate messages as well as a class instance to it. In this short article, we will see how we can read all the Messages from the Queue.  Read Here  





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