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Automating Windows Applications Using the WCF Equipped Injected Component

, 15 Nov 2010 CPOL
A .NET WCF equipped component injected into automated process allows both local and remote clients to control the process and get its asynchronous events.
automating_windows_applications_using_wcf_equipped_injected_component_demo.zip
OrdinaryClient
AutomationClientNET.exe
SvcHost.dll
ClientInjector
AutomationClientNET.exe
Injector.dll
Interop.InjectorLib.dll
NotepadHandlerNET.dll
NotepadPlugin.dll
RegAsm.exe
SvcHost.dll
WindowFinder.dll
automating_windows_applications_using_wcf_equipped_injected_component_src.zip
AutomationClientNET
App.ico
Properties
Injector
Injector.def
Injector.rgs
Injectorps.def
InjHelper.rgs
NotepadHandlerNET
Properties
NotepadPlugin
NotepadPlugin.def
NotepadPlugin.dsp
ServiceHost
Properties
WindowFinder
WindowFinder.def
WindowFinder.rgs
WindowFinderps.def
WndFinderHelper.rgs

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