"Remoting" seems to be a dirty little secret in the .Net world since WCF has come out. However, I am wondering if Dublin would also be able to handle hosting this type of application. My guess is the answer is "yes, but...". However, I don't know what the "but..." is. Can anyone elaborate?2009年4月9日 下午 01:46
Thanks for the post Scott. The focus of Dublin is on hosting, monitoring, and managing WCF and WF services. Our hosting is based on the Windows Process Activation Service layer of the OS which allows us to do message based activation based on protocols and channels that are supported by WCF. We are adding additional infrastructure and capabilities on top of this layer as well. While there may be some scenarios where you could mix and match .NET Remoting into this story, the Remoting story is largely host agnostic and the instrumentation and control of Remoting applications is not a focus of the Dublin team's efforts at this time. I hope that answers your question.
Ford McKinstry2009年4月10日 下午 05:24
I am not sure if you answered it or not, but let me try to analyze. You stated, "...the Remoting story is largely host agnostic" (i.e. yes you can host the services, however you won't get any of the productivity and monitoring benefits that we are building into Dublin for WCF unless you build them in yourself. )
Does that about sum it up, or am I missing something?2009年4月13日 下午 01:02