Is used on the server (receiving) side of a remote invocation. An appropriate instance of ICallUnmarshal can be used to transform back into an call frame a method invocation previously marshaled by a call to ICallFrame::Marshal on the client (sending) side. After such a reconstituted call frame is obtained, the call can be carried out on an actual object using ICallFrame::Invoke.
The ICallUnmarshal interface has these methods.
|ICallUnmarshal::ReleaseMarshalData||Releases resources that may be held by interface pointers residing in a packet of marshaled data. This method finds all interface pointers in the packet and calls the CoReleaseMarshalData function on each interface pointer.|
|ICallUnmarshal::Unmarshal||Turns a marshaled packet of data back into an activation record that can then be invoked or manipulated in some other way.|
|Minimum supported client||Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]|
|Minimum supported server||Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]|