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chervu wrote:
Is it correct to say that native clients(in above experiment: C++ exe) can not directly receive notifications from a Remoting Server (in above experiment: SAO)?



Yes, because remoting only works across clients written in .NET.


chervu wrote:
I did not understand how Remoting Server can lose instances of Sink objects created/existing in the Native exe over heap. Can you please give a pointer on this topic to any book/MSDN article that explains a little detailed?


Your remoting server didn't lose instances of native objects, it destroyed your managed wrappers because their lifetime expired.
This[^] might help. The "Advanced .NET Remoting" book by Ingo Rammer might also help.

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Senthil
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