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Surpassing any white papers, professional records and different documentation&emdash;this booklet positive factors in-depth assurance of the .NET Remoting Framework. The textual content is equipped into 3 major elements, and this revised, moment version beneficial properties one hundred fifty pages of fullyyt new material!
Part one contains a advisor to the 1.1 framework and its features in real-world purposes. half offers .NET remoting internals, and gives real-world code and improvement suggestions. ultimately, half 3 appears to be like at futuristic remoting instruments and their current implementation in VS.NET 2005. you are going to come to determine how remoting approaches will switch in the new IDE and revised framework.

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Listing 3-3. SingleCall); // the server will keep running until keypress. ReadLine(); } } } When the program is run, the output in Figure 3-1 will appear on the client. Figure 3-1. Client’s output for a SingleCall object What’s happening is exactly what you’d expect from the previous description—even though it might not be what you’d normally expect from an object-oriented application. The reason for the server returning a value of 0 after setting the value to 42 is that your client is talking to a completely different object.

Note It is not sufficient to copy and paste interface definitions from the server’s source code directly into the client’s. Instead, they really have to share a reference to the same DLL because the assembly’s name becomes part of the complete type name. exe. In most of the examples throughout this book, you will end up with these three assemblies: • General: This represents the shared assembly, which contains the interface ICustomerManager and the ByValue object Customer. As the methods of a Customer object will be executed either on the client or on the server, its implementation is contained within the General assembly as well.

This is because only one instance exists at the server, and the instance will stay alive even after the first client is disconnected. ■Tip Use Singletons when you want to share data or resources between clients. But always keep in mind that more than one client might access the same object at any given time, so you have to write the serverside code in a thread-safe way. Figure 3-5. The second client’s output when calling a Singleton object Figure 3-6. Server’s output after the second call to a SingleCall object Published Objects When using either SingleCall or Singleton objects, the necessary instances will be created dynamically during a client’s request.

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