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    Hi there,
    Im developing an API that may connect with an external server.
    Initially, It only was neccesary to run an individual instance, but now, because of that server supports until 8 different connections from the same client (just changing the ID_Client), I have to run up to 8 different API (not just winforms, but APIs).

    Ive been trying to call Application.Run() several times from the Main() of my program, but it seems they are called in a sequencial mode, and I need them to be multiple-parallel called.

    Any ideas of what can I do?

    I hope its clear enough and someone can help me.

    Best regards,
    D.

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    Re: Multiple Application.Run() Instances

    Generally you'll create multiple threads to solve this sort of problem.

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