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[DotGNU]Re: [Vrs-development] Webservice Execution Engine

From: Eric Altendorf
Subject: [DotGNU]Re: [Vrs-development] Webservice Execution Engine
Date: Thu, 5 Dec 2002 00:16:17 -0800
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On Tuesday 03 December 2002 15:48, Chris Smith wrote:
> Between decoding the request message and invoking
> ExecutionEngine.exe the VM Process will get hold of the bytecode
> for the dll containing the method to be executed.  It will be in
> memory, not on disk.  The reason for this is that it will come from
> another architecture component via a message or be cached.
> Basically there may never be a disc image of the .dll to be loaded
> by the ExecutionEngine.
> ILEngine doesn't support the execution of memory buffers, or
> Assembly instantiation from a memory buffer AFAIK.

If you can arrange the bytecode in memory in the same format in which 
it would be found on disk, you could just send it through a named 
pipe, right?

Just a thought...


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