In-proc transport thoughts

Posted by: kennyw.com, on 17 Oct 2005 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Every couple of months someone asks: "does Indigo have an in-proc transport" Which usually means "does Indigo have a way of sending messages so that it doesn't ever leave the app-domain" When this request is made of the performance team, Al Lee's canned response is "why aren't you using named pipes Is it [...]...

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