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How to call a remote server .EXE from an ASP.Net web application?

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :ADO.Net
 

Hi All,

I have a web application. This application collects some information from the user and the details needs to be passed to a .EXE. It processes the parameters and gives the output as a text file.

The .EXE is hosted in another server (Application Server). I need to call the .EXE with the a set of parameters from the Web Server. Is there any way to call this .EXE through an web service? If yes how to call the .EXE with parameters within the web service?

Thank you.

 


Kathir


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