Protocol Buffers does not include an RPC implementation, only abstract
interfaces for one.  ServiceDescriptor is useful for implementing your own
RPC system on top of protocol buffers -- it allows you to define your
services directly in the .proto file even though protocol buffers itself
does not provide RPC.

On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 10:15 AM, <> wrote:

> What can you do with a ServiceDescriptor?  Is there a
> DynamicServiceFactory similar to the DynamicMessageFactory where you
> can instantiate a service when all you have is a ServiceDescriptor, or
> some other equivalent way of doing it?
> Thanks!
> >

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