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.NET Security pp 185-224 | Cite as

Remoting and Security

  • Jason Bock
  • Pete Stromquist
  • Tom Fischer
  • Nathan Smith

Abstract

When you’re thinking about writing a distributed application in .NET, your options are .NET Remoting and XML Web services. XML Web services are ideal for applications that need to interoperate with other platforms. Its transport protocol is in strict adherence with the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) specification, so any client that can talk SOAP can talk to a .NET XML Web service. However, this adherence limits some of the distributed capabilities of XML Web service objects. Enter .NET Remoting.

Keywords

Transmission Control Protocol Configuration File Simple Object Access Protocol Server Object Remoting Object 
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© Jason Bock, Pete Stromquist, Tom Fischer, and Nathan Smith 2002

Authors and Affiliations

  • Jason Bock
  • Pete Stromquist
  • Tom Fischer
  • Nathan Smith

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