Thin-client architecture using .NET Remoting

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School of Science | Master's thesis
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Date
2010
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Ohjelmistotekniikka
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T-106
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en
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vi + 78 s. + liitt. 4 s.
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Abstract
.NET Remoting is an application programming interface for interprocess communication powered by Microsoft .NET Framework. It enables building distributed applications across application domains, processes and computer boundaries. Comparing to XML Web Service, .NET Remoting offers better performance and rich object oriented programming. However, .NET Remoting application can only run in .NET Framework. This thesis presents generic software architecture for data-oriented applications using .NET Remoting technology, which has been successfully applied in several applications in the markets. It has a thin-client architecture which consists of client and server applications. The client application presents the data and the server application offers the data service. Our research provides efficient and extendible software architecture by balancing the advantages and disadvantages of various technologies. This thesis analyses the software architecture from several perspectives, such as deployment, database connections, service oriented components, helper classes and license management. This framework can readily adapt in the face of changing user needs, desires, and environment. This thesis helps the developer to understand, to apply and to extend the framework for future use.
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Soisalon-Soininen, Eljas
Keywords
thin-client, .NET Remoting, provider independent code, WCF, XML web service, ClickOnce
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