In-Depth .NET Remoting

  • Ingo Rammer


As you’ve already seen in the previous chapters, developers of distributed applications using .NET Remoting have to consider several fundamental differences from other remoting techniques and, of course, from the development of local applications. One of the major issues you face in any distributed object framework is the decision of how to manage an object’s lifetime. Generally you have two possibilities: using distributed reference counting/garbage collection or using time-to-live counters associated with each object.


Garbage Collection Configuration File Client Application Event Handler Static Void 
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