Miscellaneous Concepts of .NET – Part 1
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Published: 27 Apr 2007
Abstract
In this article Uday examines the concept of Application domains and CLR hosts in detail.
by Uday Denduluri
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Introduction

Process was the basic unit of execution and isolation for running applications in Traditional Windows application development. The advantage with the model was that each application running was loaded into a separate process that automatically isolated each application from the other. For example, if an error occurred in an application, that would not affect the other applications running on the system. Also, process is defined as a security boundary that prevents applications from talking directly with each other.

This worked fine with the Traditional windows development. Things have changed a bit with the arrival of .NET runtime. The concept is much more enhanced with a new entity called "Application Domain." Application Domains are much like processes. The Application Domain is designed to act like a security boundary and confines errors and faults to a specific domain. Although, it is similar to the process, the Application Domain has some different characteristics.


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Title: Good One   
Name: Shilpa Ginode
Date: 5/6/2008 2:52:19 AM
Comment:
Good article on Application Domain.
i learned this concept from this article.
Title: Good   
Name: pankaj
Date: 7/18/2007 8:00:21 AM
Comment:
good
Title: Thanks   
Name: Leonzhu
Date: 5/7/2007 10:31:56 AM
Comment:
Thanks for your excellant article
Title: Good Article on Application Doamin   
Name: Bhavannarayana.aluri
Date: 4/30/2007 1:11:05 AM
Comment:
Nice article on Application domain
Title: Excellant   
Name: Joydip
Date: 4/26/2007 3:17:22 AM
Comment:
This is an outstanding article Uday. Keep it up. I would like to see more articles of this kind from you.

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