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These objects will live on the server and only a so-called ObjRef will be passed around. You can think of the ObjRef as a networked pointer that shows on which server the object lives and contains an ID to uniquely identify the object. The client will usually not have the compiled objects in one of its assemblies; instead only an interface or a base class will be available. Every method, including property gets/sets, will be executed on the server. NET Framework’s proxy objects will take care of all remoting tasks, so that the object will look just like a local one on the client.
Serialization of Data With the exception of earlier TCP/IP RPC implementations, in which you even had to worry about little-endian/big-endian conversions, all current remoting frameworks support the automatic encoding of simple data types into the chosen transfer format. The problem starts when you want to pass a copy of an object from server to client. Java RMI and EJB support these requirements, but COM+, for example, did not. The commonly used serializable objects within COM+ were PropertyBag and ADO Recordsets—but there was no easy way of passing large object structures around.
RegisterChannel(chnl); The channel is registered in the remoting system. This will allow incoming requests to be forwarded to the corresponding objects. Singleton); The class CustomerManager is registered as a WellKnownServiceType, which allows the client to remotely call its methods. rem should be used for consistency. NET Remoting Framework (as shown in Chapter 4). The object’s mode is set to Singleton to ensure that only one instance will exist at any given time. ReadLine(); This last line is not directly a part of the startup sequence but just prevents the program from exiting while the server is running.
Advanced .NET remoting by Mario Szpuszta, Ingo Rammer