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Problems with Serial Communication with NET web Services

I have been having a problem trying to transfer Serial Communications
code over to .NET Web Services. Needs to stay in C++ and as a web
service.

The code will open the serial comm port and receive data, but when I
try to close the port it will not close. I have to go into the task
manager and kill the aspnet_wp.exe process before it will close. The
same code will work in a generic C++ project.

If anyone has had problems like this and/or know the solution please
respond back.

Thanks
Nov 17 '05 #1
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