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GeneralNetworking Question Pin
Spiros10-Dec-03 12:17
Spiros10-Dec-03 12:17 
Hi everybody

I an all the examples that I have studied so far with regards to remoting there is a server and many clients that communicate with it using either TCP/IP or HTTP. What kind of communication protocol can we use for the case of windows forms that communicate with other windows forms and need to pass data to them. So instead of having a pool of sockets to connect, we have the server (window form father) to create and then send data to the new window form (window form child) and then wait until the child window returns some results. If we use TCP/IP and config files all child processes will use the same port. From my small exeprience I believe that this is at least incorrect. So my question is: does anyone know am effective way to perform that type of communication?

Thank you very much for your time.

Spiros Prantalos
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Spiros10-Dec-03 12:32
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Generalon is asctive or not ... how to find out if caplock is active or not Pin
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GeneralYANQ - Yet Another Newbie Question - Menus Pin
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Questionarrow-up and arrow-down buttons? Pin
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GeneralPlease help me. I want to create some tool windows in my main frame by VC++.net. Pin
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