Some Important Notes about .NET

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Some Important Notes about .NET

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The dependence on assembly metadata implies that client applications must understand .NET concepts. As a result, applications that make use of .NET Remoting are not interoperable with other systems. Although it's possible to write an XML Web service using .NET Remoting, it's not practical when you consider that ASP.NET is designed specifically for that task. In most cases, in order to use .NET Remoting, both the client and the server must be .NET applications. This makes .NET Remoting a poor choice if you want non-.NET clients to access your service. Before we get into the nuts and bolts of how Remoting works and how to write programs that take advantage of it, you need to understand some basic Remoting concepts.

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