Basics of .NET remoting

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This article will explores about .NET remoting. .NET remoting is a technology that allows you to invoke or accessing objects on remote server. For those who are familiar with Java technology, it is called RMI (Remote Method Invocation) in java world. .NET remoting supports accessing your objects by using HTTP,TCP and IPC channels. Similar with Web Services, .NET remoting also support calling your objects via HTTP protocol. However Web Services provide platform independence and you also get loose coupling between your client server objects which means that easier to deal with versioning issues. Unlike Web Services, .NET remoting requires both of your client and server objects running on the same .NET Framework version. and it has a tight coupling between client and server because the same object types are shared.

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