I’m running into some exception/limitations using the OutOfProcessApplication class.
Basically I just need a way to send command arguments to an outOfProcessApplication even if I have already started the application.
When I initially start the outOfProcessApplication I can set the ProcessStartInfo to contain the command arguments I want to start the process with, but if I try and change the arguments and call Start() again then I get an exception that the process is already started. This makes sense, but it does not work how the Diagnostics.Process class works, which allows you to call Start() even on an already running process and it just sends the command line parameters to the application.
Is there a way to send command line arguments to an already running outOfProcessApplication?
I have code from an older project which wraps Process.Start() to add my wanted functionality I can dig up if this is not an already supported function.
Closed Feb 10, 2011 at 9:50 PM by ivom
Oliman,I am closing this issue. Let us know if you have a reliable repro and we will investigate.ivo


ivom wrote Jul 11, 2010 at 10:58 PM

Thanks for reporting this. We will take a look and get back to you.

ivom wrote Feb 10, 2011 at 9:43 PM

Is this still an issue?

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