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  1. #1

    Geffa

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    Default .Net Question

    I am experienced with VB and have just started looking at .Net.

    Can anyone point me in the direction of how with .Net I would share information between 2 separate processes in manner similar to using an ActiveX Exe which I could use in VB6.

    I am looking at migrating an existing application to .Net which has an ActiveX Exe comprising a complex object model. Three separate processes access this server using COM.

    I do not want to access the server using COM interop.

    TIA

  2. #2

    ScotsPine

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    Default .Net Question

    exposure as a web service?

  3. #3

    DimPrawn

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    Default .NET Remoting

    or .NET remoting which is more efficient.

    bdn.borland.com/article/0,1410,29563,00.html

  4. #4

    AtW

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    Default Re: .NET Remoting

    we just reference web service DLLs in Visual Studio project - it can be Web (URL) reference as well, but I am not sure that thsi would be anything different from SOAP call.

  5. #5

    LettuceDance

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    Default well

    assuming you simply want to expose the COM server so that it could be referenced and consumed by .NET clients , you can generate a Runtime Callable wrapper using tblasm .

    If you are using Visual Studio .NEt , all this is abstracted for you and you merely add a reference to the COM server when you are writing a .NET client and it hides the implementation details for you..

    This is an excellent article that may of help :

    www.dotnetjunkies.com/dot...67232170x/

  6. #6

    LettuceDance

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    Default sorry a typo

    I meant tblimp.exe

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    reynolds

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    Default re: try this


  8. #8

    AtW

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    Default Re: re: try this

    there are far too many Indian enginners with J2EE skills -- .NET at the moment is underrepresented which is an opportunity for next 2-3 years. Soon Sun will be bought out by IBM and we already know what happens to IBM when its fighting with Microsoft :lol

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