Interprocess communication with Windows service using C#

  • 11 years ago
    I am working on a windows service that collects a huge amount of binary data from 16 different threads and saves them to local disk. I have a UI on the same box, which needs to connect to the appropriate thread from the windows service and get this data. What is a good way of doing this? Is named pipes a good solution? Can anybody give me some URLs where I can get some inputs about how to go about the whole scenario? I greately appreciate your help. Thanks
  • 11 years ago

    sure, named pipes is a gread solution, a good start is http://www.codeproject.com/cs/threads/dotnetnamedpipespart1.asp

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