I have written a VB.NET console application that sends e-mails to users. I need to call this app from ASP.NET after a user clicks on submit. I called my .exe from ASP.NET directly, but there were no e-mails. I also tried to call the .exe through DLL, which is called by ASP.NET, but to no avail. I am not getting any error but no output.
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One more thing: How can I pass parameters to my .exe app from ASP.NET?
There's built-in support for mail in ASP.NET. Take a look at the System.Web.Mail namespace. You can easily send mails from there. As for passing parameters to a .exe, you should use the ProcessStartInfo and Process classes in the System.Diagnostics namespace:
ProcessStartInfo i = new ProcessStartInfo("myexe.exe", "-arg1 -arg1 -others"); Process p = new Process(); p.StartInfo = i; p.Start();
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