Middleware Technology Lab 03/02/2021 11:03pm (UTC)

RMI Programming

Create a server that accepts the requests from client and client displays the server system information

2.File transfer:
Create a server that asks for a password, then opens a file and sends the file over the network connection. Create a client that connects to this server, gives the appropriate password, then captures and saves the file.

Create a remote server that implements a calculator with basic functionalities like addition, subtraction, division, multiplication and client, which uses the remote calculator.

Create a remote stock server that accepts the company name and gives the share value. Stock client that retrieves the company share value and displays by giving the company name.

5.Phone book server:
Create a remote phone book server that maintains names and phone numbers. Phone book client should provide a user interface that allows the user to scroll through entries, add a new entry, modify an existing entry and delete an existing entry. The client and the server should provide proper error handling.

PART-B (8 Weeks) 1. Working with callbacks and delegates in C#
Demonstrates the use of delegates, callbacks, and synchronous and asynchronous method invocation, including how Microsoft .NET Framework classes provide explicit asynchronous support using the BeginXXXX and EndXXXX naming conventions and how you can make use of this support in your own code.

2. Code access security with C#
Demonstrates the use of .NET Framework Code Access Security, in which code can have permissions independent of the person executing the code.

3 Creating a COM+ component with C#
Demonstrates how to create a COM+ component, that takes advantage of Transaction management service within COM+, then assign a strong name to the assembly, register the assembly in the Global Assembly Cache, and register the component with COM+.

4 Creating a Windows Service with C#
Demonstrates how to create a Microsoft Windows Service that uses a File System Watcher object to monitor a specific directory for changes in files.

5 Read and Write Images to a SQL Server Database with C#
Demonstrates how to upload images into SQL Server by using standard HTML upload methods and then insert each image as a byte array into SQL Server.

6 Interacting with a Windows Service with C#
Develop a sample application that launches a Windows Form to allow the user to interact and manipulate the IIS Admin service on the local machine. The application should work by placing an icon in the System Tray.

7 Partitioning an Application into Multiple Assemblies with C#
Understand why it can be beneficial to create separate modules for an application download, and then demonstrates how to do so with C#.

8 Using System Printing in C# Applications
Develop a sample application that shows how to print a formatted report from sample data stored in an XML file using the PrintDocument class in the System.Drawing.Printing namespace. Also illustrates the user selection of a destination printer and multiple print fonts.

9 Using Reflection in C#
Demonstrate how to gather information on various types included in any assembly by using the System.Reflection namespace and some main .NET base classes.

10 Sending Mail with SmtpMail and C#
Uses a simple Web form to demonstrate how to use the SmtpMail class in the .NET Framework. 11 Perform String Manipulation with the String Builder and String Classes and C#

Demonstrates some basic string manipulation using both the String Builder and String classes. 12 Application Configuration Using Configuration Files and the Registry Using C#
A sample application that demonstrates methods of storing application settings by making use of both the system registry and application configuration files. Implements a custom configuration section to show how you can tailor these files to the specific needs of a particular application.

13 Using the System.Net.WebClient to Retrieve or Upload Data with C#
Demonstrate how to create a Windows Form that can use HTTP to download and save a resource from a specified URI, upload a resource to a specified URI, or read and write data through a stream object.

14 Web Services Security with C#
Examines how to use IIS to perform user authentication so that no changes to the Web Service are required in order to provide superior security.

15 Reading and Writing XML Documents with the XmlTextReader and XmlTextWriter Class and C#
Demonstrate how to retrieve information from an existing XML document and how to create a new XML document.

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