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Thomas Tomiczek

::With Indigo there's no longer the question ::to choose between .NET Remoting and ASP.NET ::Web Services. This is wrong. The choie was never only driven by the API, but by the different paradigms of both systems. ::Indigo covers all: Indigo Web Services and ::Indigo RemoteObject Services. Yes, but you still have to decide whether to go for services or remote objects, and this decision has far reaching consequences on the application design. In this respect, nothing has changed.

Christian Nagel

Thomas, there should be a little joke in my statement: of course you have to decide between the different paradigms. Otherwise we wouldn't have two variants of Indigo. However, there is a change with the underlying technology - this is the same.

Thomas Tomiczek

::However, there is a change with the ::underlying technology - this is the same. I am not SO shure about it. For me it looks like the remoting sits on top of the web services (or: services) and uses it as sort of a transport channel. Nothing that could not and has not be done yet. Not to talk it down, but I dont see it as the grand revolution, just the next evolutionary step.

Christian

For me it looks like the remoting sits on top of the web services (or: services) and uses it as sort of a transport channel. So the underlying technology is the same (channel). Nothing that could not and has not be done yet. But it hasn't been done yet. .NET Remoting and ASP.NET Web Services are not based on each other. Not to talk it down, but I dont see it as the grand revolution, just the next evolutionary step. Indigo gets the best out of ASP.NET WS, .NET Remoting, Enterprise Services. So it is a evolutionary step.

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