.NET Application Domains
Application domains, or
AppDomains, are units of isolation, security boundaries, and loading and unloading for applications in the .NET runtime. Multiple application domains can run in a single process. Each can have one or many threads, and a thread can switch application domains at runtime.
Note: Before you use application domains with Geode, make sure you understand how to use them generally in your .NET programming.
The .NET managed assemblies require interface methods invoked by the native C++ layer to be in the same
AppDomain as that of the .NET DLL. If not, an exception is thrown because the thread is unable to cross