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Running a WPF application from a console app and return status/console output from the wpf

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 22, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
 

I am trying to run a WPF application from a console application (e.g. a .bat file) but need to be able to receive console and error output from the WPF application.

I have console.writeline() and console.error.writeline commands in the WPF application but these are not received by the console application.

I would also like to receive a status value from the WPF on completion.

Is this possible?

If so could you give me a simple example using VB?




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