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Shaun Becker15-Jul-03 3:46
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I tried that and it didn't work for me, unless I did something wrong. I had a class library with two classes. The first class just held a static reference to an instance of the second class. Then I had two applications that referenced the class library. Each program checked the first class to see if the static reference was already set. If it wasn't set, it sets the reference to a new instance of the second class. If it was set, it displays the contents of the second class. The class was only static for each application process and not cross-process.

Hopefully I am explaining what I am trying to do correctly. I am writing a logistics application suite. It will have a main program, a maintenance program, an order entry program, and an admin program. The main program will just control security while all other application are running. Whenever any of the other programs start up, first it is going to check if there is already an instance of the application running using System.Diagnostics.Process.GetProcessesByName(). If there is then it will just activate that instance. If there isn't then it will then check if there is an instance of the main application using System.Diagnostics.Process.GetProcessesByName(). If there is an instance of the main application, then it will just get a reference to the user object from the main program. If there isn't an instance of the main application, then it will create a new process of the main application with System.Diagnostics.Process.Start(), which will require the user to log in and that will intialize the user object. Then the executing program will get a reference to the user object from the main program that was just started. I hope this explains everything I am trying to do. If you have any suggestions on how to do this or of a better way to reach the desired outcome, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks

Shaun
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GeneralOnIdle() - how do I override it in C#. Pin
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