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Sending a value from windows form to Web

Posted on 2013-06-14
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Hi Experts,

Please find the attachment ,
CAllWinFormsTRy(Web page ) and Winforms (windows form) ...

I m trying a protocal to send a value from website(browser) to windows form  and again send back a value from windows form to website( may be like querystring) ....


I am able to open a windows form( plz refer  Winforms ) and send a value  from browser(CAllWinFormsTRy page)  ...

but im struck when doing the same from windows form to website...
though i m able to post the value to web, am not able to refresh the page ,so the retrieved value cannot be displayed on the page ( the browser is inactive i guess) .... so i want to send the querystring from windows form to web ...how can i achieve this ???

Thanks
CAllWinFormsTRy.zip
Winforms.zip
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Question by:Leverageconsulting
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by:Jerry Miller
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Are you using a database backend for the web site? You should be able to send the value to a table and then retrieve it using a stored procedure. Both version can use the same database.
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