I disagree as he doesn't need a realtime process. I think too many people write WindowsServices when a service isn't specifically needed. I propose that you should write a simple console application and use the scheduling functionality of the OS to run that console application on the time frame you need.
should write a simple console application and use the scheduling functionality of the OS to run that console application on the time frame you need.
A console application that exists automatically once the job done, right ? But OP says, he needs to run it every 5 minutes. So the console application approach will open a console window every 5minutes on the server, do you think it's an issue ?
I was telling OP to use windows service because of this reason. A thread should work on the service which does the job and sleeps for next 5minutes. I still believe that will be a good idea. But you have a very valid point. Thanks for that.
All C# applications should call Application.Quit(); in the beginning to avoid any .NET problems.- Unclyclopedia
I believe you want the second option. You also might need to call ToString() on that Session call. It's been a while since I've used 1.1, so I cannot remember if the default is already to return the string value.
i want to know did i can convert from my vb application form to a web base application from, i try using ASP.NET, and vb language.
the situation is here, i have create a simple server client window application using tcp/ip, then next i want my application avaiable in web base application, did i need to make new application or i can convert my application?
Or anything that similiar can i use, i've tired in searching any help in the internet, this is my last option.
anyone can help me, please.
I logged in to my account in codeproject. Then I took another instace of the browser. In that also I opened codeproject. Then that session is available in the newly opened browser. How is it made possible?