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Serialization vs. Marshaling
May 06, 2010.
Are you somewhat confused between Serialization and Marshaling? This writing would break this confusion up, it would give you a basic understanding of the process of Serialization and the process of Marshaling, and how you can get the most out of each.
Marshaling with C# - Chapter 3: Marshaling Compound Types
Mar 14, 2010.
This detailed chapter teaches you how to marshal compound types such as structures and unions in C# and .NET.
Marshaling with C# - Chapter 1: Introducing Marshaling
Mar 11, 2010.
Marshaling is the process of creating a bridge between managed code and unmanaged code;
Marshaling with C# - Chapter 2: Marshaling Simple Types
Mar 11, 2010.
This chapter discusses the nitty-gritty part of marshaling process. It is the base for the rest of discussion about marshaling. It is about marshaling simple data types.
Marshal Operations Between Child Forms in an MDI Application
Mar 04, 2010.
This article is designed to give you a simple understanding of how to marshal operations between child forms in an MDI application.
Feb 21, 2010.
In this article you will learn how to marshal C/C++ Unions in C#.
Moving C Structures into .NET with Custom Marshaling
Dec 17, 2004.
Microsoft provides several attributes for marshaling C to C#. In our example we will take the case where we have hundreds of structures and only a few API calls, so we only need to generate the marshaled code for the structures.
XML Web Services Type Marshaling
Feb 20, 2002.
This article illustrates that various data types can be passed to and returned from Web Service methods.
COM Components from .NET Clients using VB.NET
Nov 10, 2012.
The .NET framework exposes COM objects through a proxy called the runtime callable wrapper (RCW). The primary function of RCW is to marshal call between a managed client (.Net) and unmanaged COM object. The runtime maintains a single RCW for each COM object.The example uses a COM component and DotNet client extending the functionality of the COM component using delegation.
Web Service using SOAP Toolkit in VB.NET
Nov 09, 2012.
The world of web services has taken applications by storm. From an era where applications were tightly bound to one another, we have reached a time wherein applications are delivered as a "service".
Prerequirement of REMOTING
Apr 07, 2011.
It is Microsoft technology for developing distributed applications, replacing traditional DCOM. All distributed technology needs consuming libraries present on remote machines.
Writing Dataset to Excel in ASP.NET
Mar 01, 2006.
This article is helpful for those who would like to write dataset contents to a excel file and try to display it in the browser.
How to get Security UserId after windows Starts a Session
Feb 23, 2006.
This article explains how to get the security userid after a succesful login when windows starts the session for authenticated user.
Important Aspects about Components
Jan 12, 2006.
In this article, I wil discuss some properties and key definitions about component programming.
Sep 02, 2004.
.NET Remoting provides an infrastructure for distributed objects. It exposes full object semantics of .NET to remote processes using plumbing that is both flexible and extensible.
Platform Invocation Services in .NET Framework
Oct 25, 2002.
This article will cover the details of Platform Invocation Services provided in .Net Framework. Platform Invoke Services acts as a bridge between the managed and unmanaged code. This service enables managed code to call unmanaged functions which are being exposed by any dynamic link libraries (DLL’s) such as Win32 API’s or any custom DLLs.
.NET COM Interoperability - Part 1: Using COM Components from .NET Framework
Apr 02, 2002.
The DotNet framework exposes COM objects through a proxy called the runtime callable wrapper (RCW). The primary function of RCW is to marshal call between a managed client (.Net) and unmanaged COM object. The runtime maintains a single RCW for each COM object.
.NET Remoting: The Simple Approach
Mar 26, 2002.
.NET Remoting provides a powerful and high performance way of working with remote objects. Architecturally, .NET Remote objects are a perfect fit for accessing resources across the network without the overhead posed by SOAP based Web services.
File APIs for .NET
Aspose are the market leader of .NET APIs for file business formats – natively work with DOCX, XLSX, PPT, PDF, MSG, MPP, images formats and many more!