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Hi
I would like to write 2 applications. 1st app sends arguments across network
to 2nd app that returns a result, just as you would if it was within same
application.
The argument sent could be some kind of struct e.g.

What technology should I learn/ apply for being able to do this? SOAP?

regards
JEsper
Jun 30 '08 #1
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"Jesper, Denmark" <Je***********@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
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I would like to write 2 applications. 1st app sends arguments across
network
to 2nd app that returns a result, just as you would if it was within same
application.
The argument sent could be some kind of struct e.g.

What technology should I learn/ apply for being able to do this? SOAP?
Since you are asking in a .Net programming group, I assume that you have
..Net on both ends. You may wish to use Windows Communication Foundation
(WCF) which will let you select various communication options (including
SOAP) from a single source code by means of configuration files.

Jun 30 '08 #2
On Jun 30, 9:16*am, Jesper, Denmark
<JesperDenm...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
Hi
I would like to write 2 applications. 1st app sends arguments across network
to 2nd app that returns a result, just as you would if it was within same
application.
The argument sent could be some kind of struct e.g.

What technology should I learn/ apply for being able to do this? SOAP?

regards
JEsper
I think you can use web services in this case...

Alcides.
http://alsql.blogspot.com.
Jun 30 '08 #3
Jesper wrote:
I would like to write 2 applications. 1st app sends arguments across network
to 2nd app that returns a result, just as you would if it was within same
application.
The argument sent could be some kind of struct e.g.

What technology should I learn/ apply for being able to do this? SOAP?
If both ends are in .NET and you expect them to stay that way, then
remoting is more efficient than SOAP/HTTP.

(or WCF with endpoint binding="netTcpBinding" and
binding="NetNamedPipeBinding" which I think is doing
approx. the same)

Arne
Jul 1 '08 #4

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