Registering Remote Objects Using Configuration Files
This topic is specific to a legacy technology that is retained for backward compatibility with existing applications and is not recommended for new development. Distributed applications should now be developed using the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF).
Remote objects can be registered either programmatically or by specifying the remote objects in configuration files. Registering remote objects in configuration files allows administrators of applications that expose or consume remote objects to change the location of the objects without recompiling the application. This section describes how to register remote objects in configuration files.
In This Section
- Remote Object Configuration
Describes the basic requirements of using an application configuration file with .NET remoting, including lifetimes and instance and template elements.
- How to: Configure the Lifetime of a Client-Activated or Server-Activated Remote Object
Shows how to configure the lifetime of a remote object.
- How to: Configure Channels
Shows how to configure a channel.
- Server-Side Registration
Describes the configuration requirements of an application that is publishing remotable types.
- How to: Register a Server-Activated Object and a Client-Activated Object for a Host Application Domain
Shows how to register a server-activated object and a client-activated object for a host application domain
- Client-Side Registration
Describes the configuration requirements of an application that is consuming remotable types.
- How to: Configure a Remoting Client in IIS
Shows the procedure for configuring a remoting client in IIS
- Channel Registration
Describes the configuration requirements of channels and channel sink providers.
- How to: Create a Channel Template in a Configuration File
Shows how to create a channel template in a configuration file.
Provides reference documentation for the System.Runtime.Remoting namespace, which contains classes and interfaces that allow developers to create and configure distributed applications.
Provides reference documentation for the RemotingConfiguration class, which configures remotable types programmatically.
Provides reference documentation for the ChannelServices class, which registers channels programmatically.
- Configuration of Remote Applications
Describes the configuration requirements of .NET remoting, whether you use a configuration file or configure your applications programmatically.
- .NET Framework Remoting Overview
Describes the architecture and concepts of .NET remoting.
Build Date: 2011-02-07