Is it possible to have event raised in a .net app and have a different application handle the events?
I'm trying to do TWAIN scanning in a WPF application but WPF and TWAIN do not seem to work well together. So I've been told to put the TWAIN scanning in a separate process then let the WPF app somehow get the images from the scanner.
You could use a file and place the required event information there. Use the FileSystemWatcher to monitor the file from the WPF application and use a mutex to lock the file while in use. This method would
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