I have one console application (exe). I want to call that application with some parameters. Application returns...
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output. Can you tell me how to call this application from ASP.NET and get the result? The code is as follows:
// Get a file name relative to the current Web app. string file = Server.MapPath(@"binMyApp.exe"); ProcessStartInfo info = new ProcessStartInfo(file, "Kzu otherargs"); // Redirect output so we can read it. info.RedirectStandardOutput = true; // To redirect, we must not use shell execute. info.UseShellExecute = false; // Create and execute the process. Process p = Process.Start(info); p.Start(); // Send whatever was returned through the output to the client. Response.Write(p.StandardOutput.ReadToEnd());
Note that the ASP.NET worker process needs to have permissions to access the external application. The most simple way to ensure this is to place it under the bin folder.
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