Miscellaneous Concepts of .NET – Part 1
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by Uday Denduluri
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Conclusion

The CLR is the foundation on which the Microsoft .NET has been built. The CLR will be loaded into the memory by the host. A host can be an ISAPI filter, internet explorer or a Database engine. This is based on the type of the application. Hosts call the CorBindToRuntimeEx API to load the CLR into a process. There are four values a host can set when calling CorBindToRuntimeEx. These settings control which CLR gets loaded and how basic functions like garbage collection and class loading will behave in the process. The four settings are: version, server versus workstation, concurrent GC, and loader optimization. This will be he unmanaged portion of the host.

In order to begin running managed code, a host must obtain a pointer to an application domain. In many cases, this is the default domain within the process, but the host can also create additional domains as well. The GetConfiguration method on ICorRuntimeHost provides access to an interface called ICorConfiguration that can be used to configure specific aspects of the CLR that will be loaded into the process, or to register for additional events.


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Title: Good One   
Name: Shilpa Ginode
Date: 2008-05-06 2:52:19 AM
Comment:
Good article on Application Domain.
i learned this concept from this article.
Title: Good   
Name: pankaj
Date: 2007-07-18 8:00:21 AM
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good
Title: Thanks   
Name: Leonzhu
Date: 2007-05-07 10:31:56 AM
Comment:
Thanks for your excellant article
Title: Good Article on Application Doamin   
Name: Bhavannarayana.aluri
Date: 2007-04-30 1:11:05 AM
Comment:
Nice article on Application domain
Title: Excellant   
Name: Joydip
Date: 2007-04-26 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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