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Sending message between two VB-Applications

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I want to write two VB-Applications. One with a lot of forms (foreground process), where the user can enter some data. And another with no forms (background process), which is only looking for incoming alerts (coming via DBMS_ALERT-package in Oracle-DB).
How can I send a message form the background-process to the foreground-process?
Can somebody please give me examples how to send and how to receive a message?

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<Pass a String Between two VB Applications>
http://www.thescarms.com/vbasic/PassString.htm
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thanks Ark, that's great
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