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>net remoting config file for an appliction that is a client to 2 servers

Posted on 2005-04-05
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Last Modified: 2010-04-16
I have an application which must be a client to two tcp .net remote servers.  

Altho I can write test clients that use either server sepearately successfully, I cant seem to get one app to be a client to both at the same time.  I susoect the problem is my config file.  Can someone show me an example app.config file?
Question by:lynx2sw1
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Is it possible to have 2 xml files, and configure remoting twice once for each xml file.  (the first being app.config the second an xml file) or will the second cancel out the first call?
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You can configure it in one file. I have a productive application configured like that. I had even part of it tcp and part of it http remoting. Can you show me the config file and explain how it should work.

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My apologies.  I have a fix based on the comment.  However something came up which distracted me, its personal but trust me you would understand if I told you what.

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