PASS password code, role in POP3, 320

playback attacks, explanation of, 131

POP (Post Office Protocol)

encapsulating for channel source, 325-327

RFC for, 318


checking for new mail with, 331-333

using DeleteMessage() method with, 330

using Disconnect() method with, 330-331

using GetMessage() method with, 328-330

using MessageCount property with, 328

using SendCommand() method with, 327-328

port 1234, configuring HTTP channel on, 18, 95, 102, 244

port 1235, opening HTTP channel on, 74-75

port attribute, role in <channels> tag for configuration files, 101

port numbers

advisory when running two servers on one machine, 75

specifying for server applications, 100-102

port= attributes, creating in channels of configuration files, 150-151

priority attribute, role in HTTP channels for configuration files, 101

ProcessMessage() function

role in creating sinks for clients, 352-353

sample implementation for serverside asynchronous processing, 235

using with compression sinks, 257-258, 264-265

properties, setting on per-host basis, 299-301

protocol considerations for transport channels, 317-323

provider chains

creating sinks from, 241

role in client-side sinks, 239

provider chains, role in client-side sinks, 239


creating for clients, 350-355

creating for encryption, 280-285

role in configuration files, 103-104


creating, 202-203

customizing, 308-315

role in .NET Remoting architecture, 202

proxy assemblies, role in versioning client-activated objects, 172-173

proxy objects

default combination of, 308

role in MarshalByRefObject in Singleton mode, 20

role in remoting applications, 14

proxyName attribute, role in HTTP channels for configuration files, 101

proxyPort attribute, role in HTTP channels for configuration files, 101

published objects, example of, 36-37

Advanced  .NET Remoting C# Edition
Advanced .NET Remoting (C# Edition)
ISBN: 1590590252
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2002
Pages: 91
Authors: Ingo Rammer © 2008-2017.
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