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    Default What IPC technique was used for WAS - WebApp comunication ?

    Curious question about what type of IPC (Inter Process Comunication) technique was used between WAS and the childs Webapp process in the pool ?

    Any plan to make these base classes available in the product ? specially for windows applications.

    I have a need to implement some kind of " Master/Slaves" solution, so instead of starting from scratch, would be nice to know something that is already there, even if not public available for our usage yet.

    Regards

    (by the way, was not sure in what forum category to ask this.. so feel free to move it arround to where it belongs...)
    Last edited by Samuel Pizarro; 6-Feb-2022 at 08:05 AM.
    Samuel Pizarro

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    Default Re: What IPC technique was used for WAS - WebApp comunication ?

    Hi Samuel,

    WebAppServer and Webapp processes use named pipes, but it's implemented in C++. We don't have plans to offer this as a DataFlex API.

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    Default Re: What IPC technique was used for WAS - WebApp comunication ?

    hum... pipes.. ok !

    Thanks for sharing @Joroen
    Samuel Pizarro

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