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Snyp23-Jan-04 13:10
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General.Net Remoting store serialization file Pin
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Heath Stewart23-Jan-04 19:22
protectorHeath Stewart23-Jan-04 19:22 
Another way, yes. Easier, perhaps not. The trick is to use the SOAP in the SoapServerFormatterSink without serializing and deserializing the object. You could override ProcessMessage to intercept the request and response streams appropriately and save these as text (since it is SOAP) to a database. You could then use this server formatter sink in your remoting configuration instead of the default SoapServerFormatterSink which would serialize and deserialize the object.

You could also use a regular sink in the chain to grab the SOAP and put it in a database, but the default formatter sink would still serialize and deserialize the object.

 

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