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Print Application for Remote Desktop Client

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Hi All,

We have installed our application in Server.
This Server has public ip and remote access to client.
All Users from different location will access the Remote Desktop using public ip and they will use the application. Application back end is MS SQL Server.

We have certain reports in our application, which needs to be printed. Now if the print command is given from application, then it will redirect to client's printer.

This process is transfering the print data as Image which is taking more time to transfer the print data and as well it is taking more bandwidth.

Now we want this information to be transfered as text to reduce the data transmission time and bandwidth usage.

For this purpose, we have developed a application for socket communication between the public server and client. So the idea is Client will send the parameter as request to server. Server will process the request, it will run the report in server and convert the data as xml string. This string will be responsed to client. Client will read the string as XML and it will print according.

But we are struggling more to implement this methodology.

My question here is, Is there any other method to overcome our problem or has anyone faced the same problem. If yes, then what kind of solution you have provided.

Please help us to get resolved.

Thanks a lot..!!
Feb 23 '13 #1
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zmbd
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If you are asking for full code or a completed project, such requests are against site policy; however, I don't feel that this is what you are after in this case.

As this thread progresses, please keep in mind that Bytes is not a code nor homework service. Please read the FAQ and posting guidelines before posting any further with your question.
Feb 24 '13 #2

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zmbd,

I am not asking for full code or partial code or complete project. I know that Bytes is not a code nor homework service.

I am just asking suggestion for my issue.
If possible, please provide that else leave it. First of all try to understand what is question and what is required.

Thanks a lot..!!
Feb 24 '13 #3

zmbd
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manikandan756:
You have only 2 posts on this site.
Yes, I am aware of the fact that you are asking for a suggestion; however, the wording of your question is very close to an out right request hence the gentle nudge towards the FAQ and Posting Guidelines.

Had I felt your post was intended to be an outright request I would have simply deleted the thread.

I have sent you a PM regarding the remainder of your post.
Feb 24 '13 #4

NeoPa
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In case it isn't 100% clear, and I suspect it may be, I will just add that no member has the right to request a moderator avoid doing their job.

The comments made by Z were a fundamental part of their job and if any member cannot deal with that then they really shouldn't have joined a public forum with rules in the first place. Signing on as a member implies that one accepts, and agrees to abide by, those rules. Please let us know if that ever becomes too much for you and we can take steps to fix that for you.
Feb 25 '13 #5

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