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Need advice - Remoting

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Hi, all
This time I need advice - no help ;)
I have following architecture:
30 server with 100 devices connected each one
Each "device" implement some (between 1 and 10) different interfaces
All devices implements one basic interface
I have N clients to work with all devices.
Options of implementation
1) Remoting - Owful "overhead" (IMHO)
2) Just regilar custom TCP (sending well-known string commands to hub server
to transfer to other servers)
3) Anything else
4) Your opinion

TNX

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Nov 16 '05 #1
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Hi Tamir,

Thanks for your posting. As for the scenario you mentioned, as my own
opinion, I think the RAW socket with wellknow strings will be more flexible
since we can do anything we want via defining different wellknow strings.
And as for ..NET REMOTING, since you mentioned that your device have some
set of interfaces, using remoting will make the your application more OO
like. In addition, generally we use remoting when we want to call the
remote server object from clientside. If there're needs that the server and
client can both call the opposite, maybe socket is better.
Anyway, the realtime performance is the most important and we can do some
simple tests against both means before decide which one to use.
Thanks.
Regards,

Steven Cheng
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Nov 16 '05 #2

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