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Adding Remoting to Existing Application

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Hi all,

I have an existing application that I would like to expose via remoting.

All the examples I have seen online only show how to create a new
application and expose it to remoting.

Is there a way I can work remoting into an existing application? Or any
tutorials to show how?

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Nov 21 '05 #1
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Lucas Tam <RE********@rogers.com> wrote in
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Hi all,

I have an existing application that I would like to expose via
remoting.

All the examples I have seen online only show how to create a new
application and expose it to remoting.

Is there a way I can work remoting into an existing application? Or
any tutorials to show how?


Basically what I am trying to figure out is...

How do I get a reference to the Main Application into the remotable
object?
For example:
Main Application ---- Remotable Interface Class
|
Class1
|
Class2
|
Class3

How do I pass a reference into the Remotable Interface class? I am
thinking of using a singleton method so that I have state.

Should I use an application variable to access a reference to the "Main
Application?"

Thanks.

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Lucas Tam (RE********@rogers.com)
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Nov 21 '05 #2

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