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  • Tip of the day : Create dynamically an assembly in the current domain

    Create dynamically an assembly in the current domain
  • The Basics of .NET Framework Interoperability

    The System.Runtime.InteropServices namespace defines classes where some of which define methods that enable managed code to call native code. This is accomplished via an internal call and is called the Platform Invoke service
  • Assembly Viewer and Assembly Conflict Viewer in ASP.NET

    This article show how to view assembly attributes and conflicts in ASP.NET page using C#.
  • When to Delay Sign Assemblies

    Delay signing plays a vital role in development when you are building assemblies. In this article, I talk about the significance and process of delay signing the assemblies.
  • Indepths of Global Assembly Cache

    This article gives an indepth knowledge of working of global assembly cache.
  • FxCop Integration into VS.NET

    In this article, I give brief introduction on FXCop tool, followed by steps to integrate the tool in VS.NET IDE. I have also indentified benifits and limitations of integration.
  • Migrating Java RMI to .NET Remoting

    .Net Remoting and Java RMI are mechanisms that allow the user to invoke method/methods in another address space. The other address space could be on the same machine or a different one. These two mechanisms can be regarded as RPC in an object-oriented fashion. This article describes how to migrate java RMI applications to .NET Remoting applications, with practical examples.
  • Chat Server and Client in C# Using Remoting Technology

    This application is a simple Chat server and Client, which is conversion of Java RMI chat server and client. The Java client was a Applet and present application client in Windows Forms.
  • Using Interfaces in .NET Remoting

    In this article, we will create a remote object that will return rows from a database table. For the sake of simplicity I have used the NorthWind database that is packed with the installation of the Microsoft SQL Server.
  • Rebooting a Remote Server using WMI

    Windows Management Instrumentation or WMI holds many surprises and features but when my colleagues machine rebooted even I was surprised.
  • .NET Remoting: The Interface Approach

    In this article, we will create a remote object, and access this object using the Interface. The object returns rows from a database table.
  • Remoting in C#

    This simple article shows you how to write simple server and client to access the server remotely.
  • Reusable System Information Component

    In this article we will create a reusable component, which retrieves the operating system information. We will explore ComponentModel and SystemInformation class also.
  • Remoting Calls Recommendations

    The goal of this article is not to describe remoting technology in details. It is more focused at the practical design and implementation mistakes during development process concerning garbage collection and performance.
  • Using Remoting to Implement Distrubuted Logging

    In an earlier article we had discussed how new tracing and debugging techniques in .NET make debugging easier. In this article we will view the event logging API that comes with .NET.
  • Remote Objects:Part I

    This demo shows how to create the remote objects with callback functions and use them in the window host.
  • Remote Objects: Part II

    This article shows how to create a remote server and MDI window Remote Client using remote object. The remote server can be used as Auction Server and Real Time Data and News Server.
  • Introducing .NET Remoting

    In this article, we will create a remote object that will return an Object read in from the database. I've also included an alternate object that omits the database functionality.
  • Low Down on Installing a .NET Assembly into the Global Assembly Cache (GAC)

    This article will walk you through the process of giving your assembly a strong name, and installing it into the GAC.
  • Global Assembly Cache(GAC) Hell

    After having worked on a project involving heavy use of the Global Assembly Cache, I would like to tell you that using the GAC can be very frustrating. We had a solution which had several projects within the solution. Many of these projects referenced 1 project (utility project) which did a lot of the work which we could reuse.