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General.Net Remoting store serialization file Pin
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krisp23-Jan-04 19:06
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But how do I call the method to begin with. I would call the method on the client, but it would require an object to pass in, which it would then serialize, then i use a formatter and replace its serializing with mine from the database?

This is the best I could come up with.

How would I call a blank method for invoking the method, and then in the formatter chain input my serialized object in the formatter i make?

I actually haven't done any remoting only read and looked at code samples.

Thanks very much for the help.

Ya, so all i need is to invoke the client proxy method, with blank info some how? and then add my serialized object in the formatter?

Thanks again.


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