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The sample client also registers the CAO and acquires two references to (different) remote objects. It then sets the value of those objects and outputs them again, which shows that you really are dealing with two different objects. As you can see in Listing 3-5, the activation of the remote object is done with the new operator. This is possible because you registered the Type as ActivatedClientType before. The runtime now knows that whenever your application creates an instance of this class, it instead should create a reference to a remote object running on the server.

0000+02:00 This XML document is read by the server and an exact copy of the object is created. ■Note An important point to know about ByValue objects is that they are not remote objects. All methods on those objects will be executed locally (in the same context) to the caller.. This also means that, unlike with MarshalByRefObjects, the compiled class has to be available to the client. You can see this in the preceding snippet, where “age” is not serialized but will be recalculated at the client using the GetAge() method.

Exe, about which you’ll read more later in this chapter. The reliance on SoapSuds allows you to develop the server application without any need for up-front design of a shared assembly, therefore the server will simply include the CAOs implementation. You can see this in Listing 3-4. 1. NET generally or in COM. NET REMOTING IN ACTION Listing 3-4. RegisterActivatedServiceType( typeof(MyRemoteObject)); // the server will keep running until keypress. ReadLine(); } } } On the server you now have the new startup code needed to register a channel and this class as a client-activated object.

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