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File Upload in Windows Application..

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Raj

Hi All..,

I have a VB.Net Windows Application..

I need to Run this Exe From Some Other System(Client) and I need to
Upload some specified files to the Server System..

Now my doubts are..

1) Is client-Server concept is Possible in Windows Applications..

2) Can I pass some arguments to that exe.. from server..

Regards..,

Ramesh.R...

Nov 15 '06 #1
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Raj,

dotNet is completely a client server system.

However it is not as some people think that client server is a mainframe
system with central processing and the use of so called non intelligent
workstations.

Client Server means dealing the intelligence between Clients and Server in
the best way.

Therefore the clients and the used servers need all the Net framework to be
installed.

Cor

"Raj" <ra************@gmail.comschreef in bericht
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Hi All..,

I have a VB.Net Windows Application..

I need to Run this Exe From Some Other System(Client) and I need to
Upload some specified files to the Server System..

Now my doubts are..

1) Is client-Server concept is Possible in Windows Applications..

2) Can I pass some arguments to that exe.. from server..

Regards..,

Ramesh.R...

Nov 15 '06 #2

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for communication between the client and the server, you might want to look
into Remoting.

S
"Raj" <ra************@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11**********************@m7g2000cwm.googlegro ups.com...
>
Hi All..,

I have a VB.Net Windows Application..

I need to Run this Exe From Some Other System(Client) and I need to
Upload some specified files to the Server System..

Now my doubts are..

1) Is client-Server concept is Possible in Windows Applications..

2) Can I pass some arguments to that exe.. from server..

Regards..,

Ramesh.R...

Nov 15 '06 #3

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Yes this is possible. Use the product called "PC Anywhere" each time
you need to do this.

The Grand Master

Steve Long wrote:
for communication between the client and the server, you might want to look
into Remoting.

S
"Raj" <ra************@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11**********************@m7g2000cwm.googlegro ups.com...

Hi All..,

I have a VB.Net Windows Application..

I need to Run this Exe From Some Other System(Client) and I need to
Upload some specified files to the Server System..

Now my doubts are..

1) Is client-Server concept is Possible in Windows Applications..

2) Can I pass some arguments to that exe.. from server..

Regards..,

Ramesh.R...
Nov 16 '06 #4

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