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Advanced .NET Remoting is the first book on the market that offers in-depth coverage of the .NET Remoting Framework. The book is divided into two sections — the first detailing the specifics of the framework and its capabilities in real-world applications. Topics include formatters, channels, lifetime issues, security, configuration files, and the basics of server-activated objects versus client-activated objects. Also covered in detail are Windows Services, IIS, and server-side hosting of remotable components in console applications.

The second part of the book presents an unprecedented view of .NET Remoting internals. Author Ingo Rammer shows how the framework uses message sinks and sink providers, and gives in-depth instruction on how to implement message and channel sinks. These chapters also give insight into the synchronous and asynchronous message processing within the framework.

Going far beyond the information you'll gather from Microsoft's documentation, Rammer explains how .NET Remoting really works, and how it can be extended. The book also includes a chapter on the development process and source code for several real-world message sinks, and shows you how to develop a custom Remoting transport channel from scratch. It concludes with detailed coverage of the ContextBoundObject class and .NET contexts, essential for using the technology within individual, client-only applications.

Synopsis:

"Advanced.NET Remoting" offers in-depth coverage of the .NET Remoting Framework. The book covers everything a developer needs to know to use the framework and its capabilities in real-world applications, including the basics of server-activated objects versus client-activated objects, formatters, channels, lifetime issues, security, configuration files, and more.

Synopsis:

A revamped and expanded edition of an Apress classic, this comprehensive version offers an in-depth appraisal of the .NET Remoting Framework. The book is organized into three clear portions. Part one delves into the .NET Remoting Framework, and discusses the basics of server-activated objects versus client-activated objects. Further, this portion covers the server-side hosting of remotable components in console applications, Windows Services, and IIS.

Part two presents the .NET Remoting internals, like message sinks and sink providers. And this middle portion of the book features real-world code and development process advice for use in working applications. Finally, part three takes a futuristic look at remoting tools, noting their implementation in Visual Studio.NET 2005. Remoting procedures will undoubtedly change within the new IDE and revised framework, and this final part of the book helps ready you for such changes.

Synopsis:

Advanced .NET Remoting is the first book on the market that offers in-depth coverage of the .NET Remoting Framework. The book is divided into two sectionsthe first detailing the specifics of the framework and its capabilities in real-world applications. Topics include formatters, channels, lifetime issues, security, configuration files, and the basics of server-activated objects versus client-activated objects. Also covered in detail are Windows Services, IIS, and server-side hosting of remotable components in console applications.

The second part of the book presents an unprecedented view of .NET Remoting internals. Author Ingo Rammer shows how the framework uses message sinks and sink providers, and gives in-depth instruction on how to implement message and channel sinks. These chapters also give insight into the synchronous and asynchronous message processing within the framework.

Going far beyond the information youll gather from Microsoft's documentation, Rammer explains how .NET Remoting really works, and how it can be extended. The book also includes a chapter on the development process and source code for several real-world message sinks, and shows you how to develop a custom Remoting transport channel from scratch. It concludes with detailed coverage of the ContextBoundObject class and .NET contexts, essential for using the technology within individual, client-only applications.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781590590256
Subtitle:
C# Edition
Author:
Rammer, Ingo
Publisher:
Libri
Location:
San Francisco, CA
Subject:
Internet - General
Subject:
Programming Languages - C
Subject:
Programming Languages - General
Subject:
Programming - General
Subject:
Networking - General
Subject:
Client-server computing
Subject:
Internet programming
Subject:
Microsoft.net framework
Series:
Expert's Voice
Series Volume:
107-47
Publication Date:
April 2002
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
432
Dimensions:
9.28x7.38x1.06 in. 1.89 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , "Advanced.NET Remoting" offers in-depth coverage of the .NET Remoting Framework. The book covers everything a developer needs to know to use the framework and its capabilities in real-world applications, including the basics of server-activated objects versus client-activated objects, formatters, channels, lifetime issues, security, configuration files, and more.
"Synopsis" by , A revamped and expanded edition of an Apress classic, this comprehensive version offers an in-depth appraisal of the .NET Remoting Framework. The book is organized into three clear portions. Part one delves into the .NET Remoting Framework, and discusses the basics of server-activated objects versus client-activated objects. Further, this portion covers the server-side hosting of remotable components in console applications, Windows Services, and IIS.

Part two presents the .NET Remoting internals, like message sinks and sink providers. And this middle portion of the book features real-world code and development process advice for use in working applications. Finally, part three takes a futuristic look at remoting tools, noting their implementation in Visual Studio.NET 2005. Remoting procedures will undoubtedly change within the new IDE and revised framework, and this final part of the book helps ready you for such changes.

"Synopsis" by , Advanced .NET Remoting is the first book on the market that offers in-depth coverage of the .NET Remoting Framework. The book is divided into two sectionsthe first detailing the specifics of the framework and its capabilities in real-world applications. Topics include formatters, channels, lifetime issues, security, configuration files, and the basics of server-activated objects versus client-activated objects. Also covered in detail are Windows Services, IIS, and server-side hosting of remotable components in console applications.

The second part of the book presents an unprecedented view of .NET Remoting internals. Author Ingo Rammer shows how the framework uses message sinks and sink providers, and gives in-depth instruction on how to implement message and channel sinks. These chapters also give insight into the synchronous and asynchronous message processing within the framework.

Going far beyond the information youll gather from Microsoft's documentation, Rammer explains how .NET Remoting really works, and how it can be extended. The book also includes a chapter on the development process and source code for several real-world message sinks, and shows you how to develop a custom Remoting transport channel from scratch. It concludes with detailed coverage of the ContextBoundObject class and .NET contexts, essential for using the technology within individual, client-only applications.

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