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    how to communicate client and server without changinh the code??

    Hi Everyone
    I have done the client-server programming in C# using visual studio 2010. Now i have to made a connection between them so that they can communicate. Right now, i am not good enough in networking so kindly tel me how can i do this without changing the code!!
    Thanks in advance.
    Regards,
    hir@

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    Re: how to communicate client and server without changinh the code??

    Hi Hir@,
    What do you mean by "I have done the client-server programming". Did you write a program, possibly 2 different programs (one for client and one for server)? What protocol are you using? Are you using UDP or TCP?

    Your question is not making any sense by "not changing code". Explain a little bit more.

    Memphis

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    Re: how to communicate client and server without changinh the code??

    Quote Originally Posted by memphis.ray View Post
    Hi Hir@,
    What do you mean by "I have done the client-server programming". Did you write a program, possibly 2 different programs (one for client and one for server)? What protocol are you using? Are you using UDP or TCP?

    Your question is not making any sense by "not changing code". Explain a little bit more.

    Memphis
    yeah , the two programs. and i am using TCP protocol. wel that issue has resolved now.

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