How would I do this? Should I use TCP/IP with localhost or is there a better way?

This is what I want to do:
I have a WinNT service running in memory that contains a database. I have a separate program that I want to send queries to that service, and have the service send back database entries.
Posted on 2001-09-18 14:17:02 by Kenny
Named memory mapped files, named pipes, mailslots, sockets,
DDE, COM, the clipboard, RPC... there are plenty of methods for
interprocess communication :D. Named pipes will probably be good
for you, as they are simple to work with, simple file read/write.

Just look this stuff up in MSDN. It even has a nice section about
IPC in general.
Posted on 2001-09-18 15:28:05 by f0dder
You could TCP/IP between the apps or peruse the Inter Process Comunication world. (IPC)
Check Elicz's site for more IPC information.


Latigo
Posted on 2001-09-18 15:29:19 by latigo
IPC looks the way to go... Thanks guys! :grin:
Posted on 2001-09-18 15:42:06 by Kenny