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).
Advanced remoting scenarios may require you to intercept a remote call at one or more points.
In This Section
- Sinks and Sink Chains
Describes the sink chain and how to modify it to extend the functionality of the basic remoting system.
- Extending RealProxy
Describes how to extend the RealProxy class to intercept calls at the moment of invocation.
- Advanced Design Issues
Describes issues related to deploying a remote type library on a client.
Describes the system-defined channels and helps you decide which channel is best for your scenario.
- Object Activation and Lifetimes
Describes the different types of remote activation and how to manage remote object lifetimes.
- .NET Framework Remoting Overview
Provides a high-level overview of .NET remoting as well as more in-depth information.
- Choosing Communication Options in .NET
Describes the options available in the .NET Framework for interapplication domain communication.
Build Date: 2011-02-07