Remoting in C# and .NET
By: Richard Wiener
This is the first in a series of tutorial columns that shall deal with specialized aspects of C# programming and the .NET framework. The .NET Remoting API is the equivalent of the Java Remote Method Invocation (RMI) API. Both frameworks allow objects on a client machine to communicate with remote objects on a server. The infrastructure required in .NET appears simpler than in Java's RMI.