Advantage of Remoting over Web Services ?

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Advantage of Remoting over Web Services ?

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.NET Remoting is a distributed objects infrastructure. It allows processes to share objects—to call methods on and access properties of objects that are hosted in different application domains within the same process, different processes executing on the same computer, on computers on an intranet, or on computers distributed over wide areas. .NET Remoting supports many different communications protocols, including the SOAP/HTTP protocol used by ASP.NET Web services. Support for other protocols makes it possible to provide much faster communications in .NET Remoting than would be possible with ASP.NET Web services. The ASP.NET programming model is tied specifically to IIS, and is limited to creating Web services that use the producer/consumer model. .NET Remoting, on the other hand, can share objects from any type of application. The .NET Remoting system, as an integral part of the .NET Framework, supports full .NET type system fidelity. You can pass any object across the wire to a client. This is in contrast to ASP.NET, which is limited to data types that can be expressed with WSDL and XSD.

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