What is new in remoting in .Net 2.0?


Matt Tavis told us what is new in remoting in .Net 2.0 in a newgroup post.


http://communities.microsoft.com/newsgroups/previewFrame.asp?ICP=whidbey&sLCID=US&sgroupURL=microsoft.private.whidbey.remoting&sMessageID=%253CWQFwN41bEHA.2924@cpmsftngxa06.phx.gbl%253E


<quote>
















Subject:  RE: New Changes?
From:  "\"Matt Tavis [MSFT]\"" Sent:  7/21/2004 1:05:19 PM




Hi Jignesh,

Here is a list of high-level features for remoting in Whidbey (.NET
Framework 2.0):

- IpcChannel - This is a same-box cross-process channel, which avoids the
reliance on a network stack a la Tcp and Http Channels.

- Secure TcpChannel - TcpChannel now support encryption, signing and
authentication via new underlying SSPI APIs in System.Net

- Version Tolerant Serialization - more a serialization feature but this
allows for versioning of types without worrying about failing to
de/serialize when communicating with older versions on the client/server.

- Generics support - Full use of generics is supported in remoting
applications

- IPv6 support - Supports IPv6 addresses

- Connection cache control for TcpChannel - this allows the control of the
connection cache timeout to better support load-balancing scenarios with
the TcpChannel

Matt Tavis

Program Manager
XML Web Services
Microsoft Corporation

</quote>

Comments (0)

Skip to main content