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Send Image in .NET Remoting

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I'm looking for code samples to send a jpg image from a client machine to a
host machine. Both have the same image picWindows picture container. I would
like to be able to send the image on one machine to another machine as close
to realtime as possible. Also, can someone point me a direction to find out
how to transmit various field of information, i.e. listboxview, listbox,
textbox, datagridview etc via .NET remoting. Everything I've found so far on
MSDN is C# and I'm looking VB.NET 2005 if at all possible. Not looking for a
dll, or activeX control, unless it's native to Windows, .NET Framework etc.
Thank you for any and all assistance in advance.

Michael
May 19 '06 #1
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I comunicate with my remoting server to legacy projects ( delphi , vb6, etc
etc )
so i chose to send everything as a string so when i send pictures i put it
in a xml document where i send the picture data as a encodebase 64 byte
array

in the case of .Net to .Net i would have send it directly as a byte array
to the client

about the controls,,,, i have no experience with that ,,, i can also not
inmagine a scenario in my project where i would like to do this
i would just send the data and fill the controls on the client as this would
give the least trafic and is probably the fastest way

regards

Michel posseth
"eSolTec, Inc. 501(c)(3)" <eS*************@discussions.microsoft.com>
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I'm looking for code samples to send a jpg image from a client machine to
a
host machine. Both have the same image picWindows picture container. I
would
like to be able to send the image on one machine to another machine as
close
to realtime as possible. Also, can someone point me a direction to find
out
how to transmit various field of information, i.e. listboxview, listbox,
textbox, datagridview etc via .NET remoting. Everything I've found so far
on
MSDN is C# and I'm looking VB.NET 2005 if at all possible. Not looking for
a
dll, or activeX control, unless it's native to Windows, .NET Framework
etc.
Thank you for any and all assistance in advance.

Michael

May 21 '06 #2

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Michel

Thank you for your post, but what I'm looking for is code or code snippets
to be able to move a picture image from a remote client to a host and also
move a listboxview also the same way. Want to use TCP or HTTP/SOAP. Your
comments were informative, however I still don't know how to do what I'm
trying to accomplish :::: sigh ::::

Michael

"Michel Posseth [MCP]" wrote:


I comunicate with my remoting server to legacy projects ( delphi , vb6, etc
etc )
so i chose to send everything as a string so when i send pictures i put it
in a xml document where i send the picture data as a encodebase 64 byte
array

in the case of .Net to .Net i would have send it directly as a byte array
to the client

about the controls,,,, i have no experience with that ,,, i can also not
inmagine a scenario in my project where i would like to do this
i would just send the data and fill the controls on the client as this would
give the least trafic and is probably the fastest way

regards

Michel posseth
"eSolTec, Inc. 501(c)(3)" <eS*************@discussions.microsoft.com>
schreef in bericht
news:8E**********************************@microsof t.com...
I'm looking for code samples to send a jpg image from a client machine to
a
host machine. Both have the same image picWindows picture container. I
would
like to be able to send the image on one machine to another machine as
close
to realtime as possible. Also, can someone point me a direction to find
out
how to transmit various field of information, i.e. listboxview, listbox,
textbox, datagridview etc via .NET remoting. Everything I've found so far
on
MSDN is C# and I'm looking VB.NET 2005 if at all possible. Not looking for
a
dll, or activeX control, unless it's native to Windows, .NET Framework
etc.
Thank you for any and all assistance in advance.

Michael


May 21 '06 #3

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