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What is the difference between Remoting and Sockets?
May 20, 2011
Can anybody explain what are the differences between Remoting and Sockets. And give some advantages and disadvantages for Remoting and Sockets.
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Posted Date: May 20, 2011 Points: 40
.Net remoting uses TCP IP protocol and is best opted when clients is on .Net platform
.NET Remoting is built on Socket programming.
Sockets are lower level; you might get slightly better performance, but at the cost of lot of manual implementation.
Remoting is a higher layer on Sockets and provides lot of functionality like serialization, etc. out of box.
Remoting is getting Obsolete with WCF Services.
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