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Was .NET Remoting object covered?

 
 
70-310
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      01-24-2005
Hi,

I spent quite some time on "Create and consume a .NET
Remoting object" for 70-310 but now somehow I have a
feeling that this section is not required in the 70-310
(or 70-320). Anybody who has taken the test please advise.

Thanks a lot.

Ed
 
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comp_sci_kid
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      02-15-2005
i passed 70-320. there was at least 1 remoting question on the exam.

good luck.

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> Hi,
>
> I spent quite some time on "Create and consume a .NET
> Remoting object" for 70-310 but now somehow I have a
> feeling that this section is not required in the 70-310
> (or 70-320). Anybody who has taken the test please advise.
>
> Thanks a lot.
>
> Ed



 
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