I have written a small application (client) that executes a single log parsing on a machine. I want to build a service application that controls the results given by the client app.
I have read that Marshall-By-Reference objects could solve the problem creating a proxy that make possible the communication with remote object. The disadvantage is that I have to distribute the client application, being the client in about 100 machines
(W2K3) I can't figure out how can this be done easily.
The second option I read is using WCF, more modern, probably more robust... sending "object" instead of creating a communication object seems more clean to me, but is it not oriented to Web services basically? It increases complexity?
Which one do you recommend? The easiest to implement? The small app was designed to work isolated and return a result object, but WCF seems the way to go.
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