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pass an event from a dll to an exe application

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Hi

 I am having a dll application and an exe application. In the dll application i am having some events.

 can you please tell me how we can i pass the event from a dll to an exe application?

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Hari
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by:iHadi
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What do you mean by a dll application? If it's a dll project, just add the dll as a reference to the exe project.
In the dll declare an event. In the exe consume the event.
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If they have to be kept seperate, like something happens in the dll that belongs to a different project and it should then execute the exe file and pass it some parameters, then create the EXE file to accept parameters and pass it in the command line statement.
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I am trying to get a solution by using the concept of .Net Remoting IPC concept.
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