May be a stupid question:
I have an object/assembly w/properties. When I am implementing the proxy on
my client and set properties, does this marshall data across the wire like
the COM/DCOM world?
Just pick out an singleton example, add a property
on the server object, and change the client code
to invoke the property.
Hope this is what you looking for
> > -D
Quote:> > > May be a stupid question:
> > > I have an object/assembly w/properties. When I am implementing the
> > on
> > > my client and set properties, does this marshall data across the wire
> > > the COM/DCOM world?
> > > Tim
When in the Client Application I read the TargetSite property
(objRemoteException.TargetSite.Name) of an exception
received from a Remote Object, I obtain the following error:
Message: File or assembly name <RemoteObject>, or one of its dependencies,
was not found.
Anyone can suggest a solution that allows to know the class and method (of
the remote object) which generated the error?