Developing a Transport Channel


After reading this chapter, you’ve finally reached the level of .NET Remoting wizardship. Not only do you know how to extend the framework using custom sinks and providers, but now you can also implement a complete channel from scratch. You learned that most work in implementing a custom channel has to be expended in understanding and encapsulating the underlying protocol. Mapping an asynchronous protocol to synchronous calls and vice versa is an especially important and challenging task. You also know how to implement IChannelSender and IChannelReceiver, how to combine them into a top-level channel, and how to assign default formatters to a channel.

In the next chapter, I introduce you to the possibilities of using the basic principle of .NET Remoting, which is the processing of method calls using messages instead of stack-based calling conventions in your local applications.


Configuration File Transport Channel Public Class Public Void Return Null 
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