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How to raise an event from my windows application to my windows service?

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Hi,

I'm an experienced vb .net developer in windows forma. Now I'm trying
to develop a windows service and I would like to know if it's possible
to raise an event from a windows application developed by me to a
windows service developed by me. I would like to do something like,
when a user changes something inmy application I would like to fire an
event to my windows service and make a log. Is this possible?

If I'm not clear please make me know.

Regards,
Filipe Marcelino

Nov 21 '05 #1
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Hi,

Check out the inter app communtication video on Carl Franklins web
site. Maybe that will help.

http://www.franklins.net/videos.asp

Ken
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Hi,

I'm an experienced vb .net developer in windows forma. Now I'm trying
to develop a windows service and I would like to know if it's possible
to raise an event from a windows application developed by me to a
windows service developed by me. I would like to do something like,
when a user changes something inmy application I would like to fire an
event to my windows service and make a log. Is this possible?

If I'm not clear please make me know.

Regards,
Filipe Marcelino

Nov 21 '05 #2

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Hi Ken,

that's not exactly what I want to do and I think that's not suitable
because I will have many events, so I will fill the event log with
'garbage', because that information only matters to me. I want to raise
an event that only my service catch.

regards,
Filipe Marcelino

Nov 21 '05 #3

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