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How can be list of objects transferred through COM/DCOM interface. How can I implement "uniform data transfer"  (IDataObject) or "structured storage" in distributed application? Reference to example will be appreciated.
Thanks for any response.
Franta
rabcan@datis.cdrail.cz
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We ran into the same problem and had no choice but to use memory mapped files for this.

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But memory mapped file can be used for inter process communication on local maschine.
Or do you mean object serialization before its transfer?

Franta

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