Troubleshooting issues in technologies available to developers for building distributed applications
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Debugging Multiple CLRs (InProc SxS)
Introduction In the previous post , we looked at how multiple CLRs can be loaded in the same process (CLR InProc SxS). In this post, we’ll build on the example from that post to look at how we can do debugging of processes that use multiple CLRs. We’ll focus on CLR4 with CLR2, because...
6 Sep 2013
Troubleshooting a RemotingException by dumping out Remoting Channel Configuration
This post is devoted to .NET Remoting , one of the technologies supported by our Distributed Services support team (though I should add that the volume of requests is not, and never has been, very high). WCF is being more and more widely adopted as the communication infrastructure of .NET applications...
11 Jan 2010
.NET Generics and Code Bloat (or its lack thereof)
Introduction I recently got questions from a couple of customers on the implications of using generic types (generics) in .NET on code bloat (also known as code explosion). This is a legitimate concern and let me explain why. Among the most popular programming languages, C++ was one of the first to provide...
9 Nov 2009
A CLR COM Interop Issue
Hello again. Today's case is pretty interesting, in my opinion, because it merges a number of different areas. We'll start from the analysis of a memory corruption to go to Runtime Callable Wrappers in the .NET CLR to finish with COM objects lifetime considerations. If all that sounds interesting, or...
10 Mar 2009
Heap Corruption: A Case Study
Here we go again: it is snowing in Milan while I am publishing a new blog post . Admittedly, this coincidence is getting more and more interesting, maybe meteorogists can spot a pattern here . Today's topic is a tough one: memory corruption. Introduction Memory corruption, in general, is one of the toughest...
10 Dec 2008
Troubleshooting a DCOM issue: Case Study
Hi all,this is my first post after a LONG LONG time since I created the (so far empty) blog. I guess it is not by coincidence that last night it snowed in Milan . Let's get started with the case study at hand. In the Distributed Services team in Microsoft Developer Support we support technologies for...
25 Nov 2008
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