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Remoting Service dies

Hello,
I have a Window service that creates an object and exposes it through
remoting as a singleton. I also have a client application that connects to
this remote object in order to receive feedback from the windows service.

At the beginning it works perfectly, that is untill I close the client
application, and start it over after about 5 minutes (don't have exact
timings). What happends is that the client can't create the remote service,
because it does not exists.
I've tried to debug the windows service, and everything seems OK there - it
runs. I've checked netstat, and found that the service is listening to the
configured port, however, it seems like the object is not accessable.

I'm going crazy - desperately need any help you can give.
Thanks in advance.
Jul 22 '05 #1
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