When a communications packet is transmitted/received in the parent application, it queues it to the child application and then the child application decodes it and formats it into a user friendly format and displays it.
You can "load" / open a Windows Form / app "from" WPF, you just have to give up on the "in WPF". WPF does not support "child" / MDI windows, even natively. Easiest way is just to make calls into a "Forms" project from a "WPF" project, with compatible frameworks.
It was only in wine that he laid down no limit for himself, but he did not allow himself to be confused by it.
― Confucian Analects: Rules of Confucius about his food
I have 1000 SQL servers and I have a scheduled task running on all of those which updates a table with just an integer, let's call it X (its a sum of some numbers). Now the ask is to create some sort of ticker which updates every few mins with the sum of the total of all the X's from all the 1000 servers and display it either on a webpage or a console. So I will need a service that runs centrally and gets this data from all those 1000 servers or service which runs on all the 1000 servers which pushes this info on the central server. Can you please help with do I achieve this.
And remember if this runs centrally then it should be a multithreaded service.