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About .NET Remoting: Three concepts Compared and Simplified

, 5 Apr 2005
An article on .NET remoting which discusses and compares the three ways, by which .NET remoting can be used to access a Server-side object from the clients- Singleton, SingleCall and Client Activation.
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Javed Akhter Siddiqui
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yogesh is currently working as a Software Consultant in New Delhi, India.
 
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