Net. Peer ToPeer. Collaboration Namespace
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Enhances System.Net.PeerToPeer networking functionality and provides capabilities for serverless managed collaboration sessions.
Provides qualifying information to a callback method when a ApplicationChanged event occurs.
Represents a collection of PeerContact objects which persist in a Windows Address Book.
Provides qualifying information to a callback method when a CreateContactCompleted event occurs.
Provides qualifying information to a callback method when an InviteCompleted event occurs.
Provides qualifying information to a callback method when a NameChanged event occurs.
Provides qualifying information to a callback method when a ObjectChanged event occurs.
This class represents a remote peer.
Represents an application that is available for use with the Peer Collaboration infrastructure.
Represents a container for PeerApplication elements. An instance of this type is returned by the GetContacts() static method.
Represents the launch information required by a PeerApplication that has initiated in response to a peer collaboration invitation.
Interacts with the Peer Collaboration infrastructure. Many of the core collaboration scenarios begin with this class.
Specifies the values that define or are used in System.Net.PeerToPeer.Collaboration object permissions.
Allows security actions for PeerCollaborationPermission to be applied to code using declarative security. This class cannot be inherited.
Represents a peer for which a user has retrieved extended information.
Represents a container for PeerContact elements. An instance of this type is returned by the GetContacts() static method.
Represents the location of a PeerNearMe, or PeerContact instance specified with a unique network address configuration by describing the current instance of a PeerContact or PeerNearMe within the Peer-to-Peer Collaboration Infrastructure.
Represents a container for elements of a PeerEndPoint object. An instance of this type is returned by the Peer class.
Represents a response received from a remote peer to an invitation sent via the Invite() or Invite() method.
Represents a peer located by the "People Near Me" infrastructure.
Provides qualifying information to a callback method when a PeerNearMeChanged event occurs.
Represents a container for elements of a PeerNearMe object. An instance of this type is returned by the GetPeersNearMe() static method.
Represents a new instance of the PeerObject class with an auto-generated Guid.
Represents a container for elements of a PeerObject instance.
Represents the presence information of a peer.
Provides qualifying information to a callback method when a PresenceChanged or LocalPresenceChanged event occurs.
Provides qualifying information to the OnRefreshDataCompleted(RefreshDataCompletedEventArgs) method when RefreshDataCompleted events occur.
Provides qualifying information to a callback method when a SubscribeCompleted event is signaled.
Provides qualifying information to a callback method when a SubscriptionListChanged event is signaled.
Specifies the type of registration to perform for a PeerApplication or PeerObject registration.
Specifies the type of change that occurred for a peer.
Specifies the responses a local peer can receive from an application driven collaboration invitation requests.
Specifies the presence status of a peer.
Specifies the current network scope of a peer.
Specifies if a remote peer subscribed to the local peer can receive event notifications.
The Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Collaboration Infrastructure provides a peer-to-peer network-based framework for collaborative activities, such as network game matchmaking, conferencing, and other interactive multi-participant activities. This serverless infrastructure includes APIs that simplify the process by which applications can track peer presence without a server, send invitations to participants, discover peers on the same subnet, and manage contacts.
Native Peer Collaboration APIs are available on Windows Vista clients in both 32-bit and 64-bit editions. Peer Collaboration APIs are not available on Windows Server 2008.
NOTE: The Collaboration APIs are functional from a service only if the service is impersonating a caller, and the caller is an interactive user (as opposed to a built-in user). Multiple Contact Managers are not supported.