.NET Remoting versus Distributed COM - .Net Remoting

.NET Remoting versus Distributed COM.

- .NET Remoting is the successor of DCOM. Microsoft DCOM is a solution for distributed object and very good in terms of performance when components are in the same network. But its drawbacks in the internet connected world are visible.
- It uses proprietary binary protocol which is not supported by other object models, thus can't support interoperability across platform.
- .NET Remoting uses TCP or HTTP protocol that is supported by most of the object models. This allows .NET Remoting to be adaptable to the network environment in which it is being used.
Advantage of Remoting over Web Services - .Net Remoting
.NET Remoting allows objects to interact that can be hosted in different application domain within the same process or different process....
When should we choose .Net Remoting over .Net Web Services? - .Net Remoting
.Net Remoting provides distributed solution for a corporate use. So, if you need distributed environment to be implemented for internal use, .Net remoting is the best choice....
What are the ways to configure Remoting objects before client can use them? - .Net Remoting
.Net Remoting - There are two ways that the remoting objects can be configured....
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