How to run Remote Application
The .NET Remoting is one of several ways to establish communication between application domains using the .NET Framework.
The main three components of a Remoting Framework are a Remotable Object , Listener Application for listening requests for remote object and a Client Application makes requests for remote object. Additionally you need Configuration files for your Listener Application and Client Application .
How to compiling the C# source code files ?
Create a new folder SRC in c:\ and put the three C# source code files in that folder.
The files are :
2. C# Remote Listener Application - (listening requests for Remote Object)
3. C# Remote Client Application - (makes requests for Remote Object)
Add the two configuration files in the same folder (c:\src).
Now total of 5 files in your c:\src folder.
Compile each C# class files using the command-line tools separately that ship with the Visual Studio SDK .
Note: You have to provide the physical path of each source files when you compile the source code , for example : if the source code files are in the folder c:\SRC , you have to give path like.
After you complied the C# source code files, you will get additional three files in the c:\src folder.
They are :
Now total of 8 files in your c:\src folder.
How to run the Remoting Application ?
Create two new folders and give the name like Server and Client respectively in c:\src folder.
Copy RemoteTime.dll , TimeListener.exe and TimeListener.exe.config to the c:\src\server folder.
Copy RemoteTime.dll , Client.exe and Client.exe.config to the c:\src\client folder.
Open a command prompt on Server folder and type TimeListener.
Then you will get a screen showing "Listening for requests from the Client. Press Enter to exit..."
Open a command prompt on Client folder and type Client.
Then you will get the current time from Remote Object.
Now you have done your first .Net Remoting C# Project successfully . Try to explore more on Remoting ...