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Posted 12 Nov 2008

Remoting Compression Channel Sink

, 12 Nov 2008 CPOL
An article explaining a Remoting extensible channel sink architecture and an implementation of the compression channel sink.
using System;
using System.Runtime.Remoting.Channels.Http;
using System.Runtime.Remoting.Channels;
using System.Runtime.Remoting;
using Business;
using Model;

namespace Client
    class Program
        static void Main(string[] args)
            RemotingConfiguration.Configure(@"..\..\client.config", false);

            foreach (HttpChannel channel in ChannelServices.RegisteredChannels)
                Console.WriteLine("Channel Name: {0}", channel.ChannelName);
                Console.WriteLine("Channel Priority: {0}", channel.ChannelPriority);
            string objectUrl = string.Empty;
            foreach (WellKnownClientTypeEntry entry in RemotingConfiguration.GetRegisteredWellKnownClientTypes())
                if (entry.ObjectType == typeof(BusinessManager))
                    objectUrl = entry.ObjectUrl;

            BusinessManager manager = (BusinessManager)Activator.GetObject(typeof(BusinessManager), objectUrl);
            ConcreteTypeRequest request = new ConcreteTypeRequest();
            request.Data = new ConcreteType();
            request.Data.Value = new byte[500000];
            ConcreteTypeResponse response = manager.DoBusinessOperation(request);
            Console.WriteLine("The request data length: {0}", request.Data.Value.GetLength(0));
            Console.WriteLine("The response data length: {0}", response.Data.Value.GetLength(0));
            Console.WriteLine("Press ENTER to exit the client.");

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Alexander Schmidt. I'm a software developer, who is working primarily with Microsoft technologies including Microsoft .NET. I'm also interested in optimization problems and software engineering in general. You can visit my blog at

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