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navneetkaur
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hi every1

i am little bit confused when i am readind abt web services and .net remoting...whil e reading difference between these 2...i came to know there is 1 diff based on tcp and http....
i want please we make 1 healthy discussion what are the difference between these 2 protocols 'd what are actually there working....

plz ready to give ur suggestions....
this is a gud way for freshers like me to enhance there knowledge.....


what i have read this is very basic like....
firstly both are communication protocols....
basically http is stateless protocol.....

lets start.....
Oct 25 '07 #1
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r035198x
13,262 MVP
hi every1

i am little bit confused when i am readind abt web services and .net remoting...whil e reading difference between these 2...i came to know there is 1 diff based on tcp and http....
i want please we make 1 healthy discussion what are the difference between these 2 protocols 'd what are actually there working....

plz ready to give ur suggestions....
this is a gud way for freshers like me to enhance there knowledge.....


what i have read this is very basic like....
firstly both are communication protocols....
basically http is stateless protocol.....

lets start.....
Moved to software discussions forum
Oct 25 '07 #2
Lumpy
69 New Member
Oh this is a debate that we had in school a couple of classes ago, lets see if the memory is working or not...

tcp is a communications protocol, transmission control protocol I think, which operates the transport layer and allows the packets of information to make it around the internet from the host to the receiving computer. when paired with the ip protocol, tcp/ip, this is what makes up the backbone of the internet.

http is an access protocol that can use the internet to access the web or web pages. It is a method that the browser software uses to access a particular file or web page on the internet. the web, or web pages and http are technically not the internet, just one of the many types of protocols that can be used to share information on the internet. Another example of one of these access protocols would be ftp.

Thats my two cents and worth every penny....
Oct 25 '07 #3
drhowarddrfine
7,435 Recognized Expert Expert
HTTP Spec .
Oct 25 '07 #4
navneetkaur
45 New Member
thanx for ur valuable support 'd time....
ur suggestions are really valuable...
Oct 26 '07 #5
Deepak Khantwal
1 New Member
@navneetkaur
*************** **Difference between Remoting and Web Services *************** *

I am agreee with you that web services uses HTTP Protocol for communication and remoting uses TCP IP Protocol. but the Main Differnece is that----HTTP is used for widely distributed Application that supports Clients and Server in which a Server supports and provides functionality and resources to several clients. but TCP IP is based on connection between two end station or computers in which TCP transmitts the data to the transimssion layer in encoded form and thus transimission layer reassembles the data in original form and IP holds the target machine address for targeting the data.
This is first difference between Remoting and Web services and there are other lot of difference like---
1) Web services resides on web server like IIS but in Remoting the server is made as a self hosted server on a machine.
2) We call Web services by adding Web Service Reference in our client Application like adding -- 'http://localhost/xyz.aspx' but in remoting the services are called by remote objects. We call the services by making the instance of remote objects on client application
3) Web services are not much secure , but remoting is much secure because we are using objects in our client application we donot know where and what is the URL of WebServices. and where is resides.
4) Web services are platform and program independent but in case of remoting is viceversa.

Thanks hope you will be now clear with differences....
Deepak Khantwal
Software Developer...... .......
Feb 15 '12 #6

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