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exchange information between two .net applciations running under windows

Dear All,

I need some very basic help on the following situation:

I have two applications (we may assume bot are .net based) which must
exchange information very quickly.
In an ideal case I imagine one application fires an event and the other
one may handle it.
The same might happen in the other direction.
We can assume that both applications run on the same machine, but are
started completely independent.

What is the standard way to achive this under windows ?
What can .net do for me ?

Any hint is welcome

Thanks
Rolf

Jun 5 '06 #1
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Hello Ke*****@eu.necel.com,

In general: Remoting, Sockets, Pipes for the small apps and EnterpriseServices,
MessageQueue, WebServices for the middle scale apps
I have two applications (we may assume bot are .net based) which must
exchange information very quickly.
In an ideal case I imagine one application fires an event and the
other
one may handle it.
The same might happen in the other direction.
We can assume that both applications run on the same machine, but are
started completely independent.
What is the standard way to achive this under windows ? What can .net
do for me ?


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"At times one remains faithful to a cause only because its opponents do not
cease to be insipid." (c) Friedrich Nietzsche
Jun 5 '06 #2

You can use Remoting. Here's an article and sample code:

Two-way Remoting with Callbacks and Events, explained
http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/TwoWayRemoting.asp

Ke*****@eu.necel.com wrote:
Dear All,

I need some very basic help on the following situation:

I have two applications (we may assume bot are .net based) which must
exchange information very quickly.
In an ideal case I imagine one application fires an event and the other
one may handle it.
The same might happen in the other direction.
We can assume that both applications run on the same machine, but are
started completely independent.

What is the standard way to achive this under windows ?
What can .net do for me ?

Any hint is welcome

Thanks
Rolf

Jun 5 '06 #3

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