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Hi there,

Wondering if anyone knows how to send an object that is already serialized in .Net remoting. And listen and read the serialized object that is being received. I want to be able to send a serialized object and recieve and store it in a database, as well as pull a serialized object out of the database and send it through .net remoting.

Right now, I send an object that gets serialized and then deserialized at the other end. Then serialize it again to put it in the database. Then to send it, I pull it out of the database deserialize it and the send the object through .net remoting where it gets serialized again before it is sent.

This is alot of overhead that should not be required. I'm sure there is probably an easy way to do this???

Thanks alot,
I could easily see this being covered in another article but I have searched and can not find anything.

thanks again.
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