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Jun
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
27
comment How to build a .Net app which runs on desktop and as a Windows Service
Thanks for your answer. I'm also using WCF through Named Pipes. Unfortunately, WCF Data Services works only over http :-/
Dec
27
comment How to build a .Net app which runs on desktop and as a Windows Service
haha! thanks :-)
Dec
21
comment How to build a .Net app which runs on desktop and as a Windows Service
ok, thanks for the additional info!
Dec
21
accepted How to build a .Net app which runs on desktop and as a Windows Service
Dec
20
comment How to build a .Net app which runs on desktop and as a Windows Service
Thanks a lot for your answer and the comments. So, what about this solution: I create a VS Solution with 3 projects: 1) Class Library Project for the back end which has no GUI, 2) a Windows Service Project which implements/runs the assembly from the Class Library Project and exposes a WCF Data Service for the GUI and 3) a WPF GUI Project which implements/runs the assembly (using late binding) from the Class Library directly on a PC OR it connects to the Windows Service using WCF if installed on a Server. Would this work?
Dec
20
asked How to build a .Net app which runs on desktop and as a Windows Service
Nov
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Nov
11
comment How to protect a peer-to-peer network from inappropriate content?
Interesting! Thanks for your answer :-)
Nov
11
comment How to protect a peer-to-peer network from inappropriate content?
Fortunately, in my case storage space is not a problem :-)
Nov
11
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Nov
11
comment How to protect a peer-to-peer network from inappropriate content?
hmm, I can see the problem :-/ I think, as long as it's not obvious, only the copyright owner can see a copyright infringement. Format: The exchanged files are a) only simple text files (no markup or header data, just plain text) and b) jpg/png pictures.
Nov
11
comment How to protect a peer-to-peer network from inappropriate content?
Thanks for the answer. Similar to Bitcoin, there are some reasons why my app can't have a centralized architecture. The "problem" in my p2p-app is, that at the moment every peer acts like a router: it automatically receives and forwards data.
Nov
11
comment How to protect a peer-to-peer network from inappropriate content?
@FrustratedWithFormsDesigner Thanks for your comment, very good points. My definition of inappropriate (or wrong) content for the moment is a) copyrighted content and b) if a piece of content is "tagged" wrong, for example if the "Anarchist's Cookbook" is tagged by the sharer as a "children book"
Nov
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accepted How can a Silverlight app talk to another app on a Mac?
Jul
19
comment How can a Silverlight app talk to another app on a Mac?
ok, thanks, so the solution in my case would be: build an ObjC app which opens a socket, starts the SL app and then runs hidden in the background. The SL app can then connect to the ObjC using sockets :-)