Making Objects Remotable
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).
The .NET remoting infrastructure enables object references to cross application-domain and context boundaries. This section describes those boundaries and how different types of objects cross them.
In This Section
- Boundaries: Processes and Application Domains
- Describes the isolation boundaries that the Windows operating system and managed run-time environment provides to protect individual applications from the failure of other applications.
- Remotable and Nonremotable Objects
- Describes remotable and nonremotable objects.
- How to: Create an Exception Type That Can be Thrown by Remote Objects
- Describes how to create an exception type that can be thrown by remote objects
- Using Generic Types With .NET Framework Remoting
- Describes how to use generic types in .Net Remoting distributed applications.
- Events and Delegates with .NET Framework Remoting
- Describes how to use events and delegates in a .Net Remoting application.
Build Date: 2011-02-07