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1. You still haven't told us what you mean by global event

2. You're talking about processes and threads. Typically when you start an application on your computer, this starts a process with a single thread, the main thread. You can choose to leave it at that, in which case your program will just sequentially process it's task. Or your process can create new threads controlled by it, which will potentially run in parallel. You can also start a new process from the first one, but then your initital process will have no direct control over it; it can only talk to it via interprocess communication protocols.

In that latter case, communication might be implemented by sending Windows Events to the other process. I'm sure there are many other ways, but I'm not up to date with modern approaches in this field, nor do I have any relevant experience.

So, when you talk a 'mainapp' and 'subapp's, do you mean a process and it's threads, or do you mean to spawn separate processes - in which case the term 'subapp' would be very misleading?


P.S.: I only now spotted your answers below - looks like I was on the wrong path all along. As CPallini said, you'd better ask at the Kentico forums. And as they're using C#, the question is if you really want to go the extra mile of trying this in C++ ...
GOTOs are a bit like wire coat hangers: they tend to breed in the darkness, such that where there once were few, eventually there are many, and the program's architecture collapses beneath them. (Fran Poretto)

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