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The case for a channel-schema concept

, 17 May 2003 CPOL
An article about .NET remoting channel schemas
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<configuration>
	<system.runtime.remoting>
		<channels>
			<channel id="tcp" type="Custom.Remoting.Channels.TcpChannel, TwoWayChannel" displayName="TwoWay Tcp Channel" />
			<channel id="http" type="Custom.Remoting.Channels.HttpChannel, TwoWayChannel" displayName="TwoWay Http Channel" />
		</channels>
		<application>
			<channels>
				<channel ref="http" port="9876" channel-schema="http-secure" name="Two way http-secure channel">
					<clientProviders>
						<formatter ref="binary" />
						<provider type="MsdnMag.Remoting.SecureClientChannelSinkProvider, SecureChannel" algorithm="DES" oaep="false" maxRetries="1" />
					</clientProviders>
					<serverProviders>
						<provider type="MsdnMag.Remoting.SecureServerChannelSinkProvider, SecureChannel" algorithm="DES" oaep="false" requireSecurity="true" securityExemptionList="127.0.0.1; 207.46.230.220" connectionAgeLimit="120" sweepFrequency="60" />
						<formatter ref="binary" />
					</serverProviders>
				</channel>
				<channel ref="tcp" port="8080" name="Two way tcp-soap channel" channel-schema="tcp-soap" />
				<channel ref="http" port="8000" name="Two way http-binary channel" channel-schema="http-binary" />
			</channels>
		</application>
	</system.runtime.remoting>
</configuration>

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Wytek Szymanski
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I am a consultant, trainer, software archtect/engineer, since the early 1980s, working in the greater area of Boston, MA, USA.

My work comprises the entire spectrum of software, shrink-wrapped applications, IT client-server, systems and protocol related work, compilers and operating systems, and more ....

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