Figure 5-8 NET remoting architecture in VS .NET

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Figure 5-8 NET remoting architecture
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Having gone through a very broad overview of this technology, let's now concentrate more on the concepts:
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Remote object Using NET remoting, you have to create a remote object that derives from the class MarshalByRefObject Deriving from this class means that a proxy is used to access the objects from different application domains The class ServicedComponent derives indirectly from MarshalByRefObject, so the basic needs for serviced components to be called remotely are already fulfilled Remoting host NET remoting is very flexible regarding the process in which the remote object should be hosted Any application type can be used to host a remote object The easiest way to host NET remoting objects is to use Internet Information Services (IIS), which is the default option for Enterprise Services However, it is also possible to use a Windows service as a remoting host, or a Windows Forms application If you use Windows Forms, you can use NET remoting in a peer-to-peer application scenario Marshaling With NET remoting, you have to differentiate between objects that will be invoked across the network and objects that are sent across the network If the class is derived from MarshalByRefObject, the object is marshaled by reference, so the object itself is not sent across the network, but a reference to the remote object is The reference is not just a pointer because this would not be enough to access the object on a different system; instead, the reference includes information such as the host name, port number, and object identifier If an object should be sent across the network, the class must be declared with the attribute [Serializable], and there is no need for the class to be inherited from MarshalByRefObject With serializable objects, all private data is transmitted by default If private fields should not be serialized, you can mark these fields with the attribute [NonSerialized] To control the serialization mechanism, it is also possible for the class to implement the interface ISerializable Network transports For communication across the network, channels are used With the Microsoft NET Framework, channels for TCP and HTTP are included Different channels to communicate across SMTP, Jabber, Message Queuing, and so on have been written by others and are available on the Internet Data formats How the data is formatted with a remoting call depends on the formatter With NET 11, SOAP and binary formatters are available The binary formatter can be used as a fast and efficient format with a NET application on both the client and the server side The SOAP protocol is a standard for interoperability across different technologiesbut contrary to [13] ASPNET Web services, the SOAP formatter of NET remoting supports only the SOAP RPC style SOAP is not primarily a useful formatter with NET remoting, because NET remoting needs NET applications on both ends anyway Stateful and stateless objects NET remoting offers the functionality of both stateful and stateless objects A stateful object is known as a client-activated object, where the state of the object is kept between method calls The lifetime of such objects is controlled by a leasing mechanism Stateless objects are known as server-activated or well-known SingleCall objects (because the URL to these objects is well known), and are deactivated with every method call Every method call to the remote object creates a new instance
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With Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, you can click a check box to use NET remoting with Enterprise Services Either you have to click a check box with the Component Services Explorer, or you can use an attribute to programmatically define that NET remoting should be used With this automatic SOAP configuration, a virtual Web site is configured within IIS, and ASPNET is used as a hosting process for the remoting objects In the next example, NET remoting with serviced components is demonstrated As always, for serviced components, a component library with a reference to the assembly SystemEnterpriseServices must be created What you have to do with SOAP services is to
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Specify the SOAP service with an assembly attribute with configuration information Create a serviced component class like we have done before Install the generated assembly in the global assembly cache Register the serviced component
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The attribute to turn on SOAP services is [assembly: ApplicationActivation] with the named propertySoapVRoot SoapVRoot defines the name of the virtual directory of the automatic generated Web site, as shown in Listing 5-2
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