This may be a simple matter of Windows not trusting the source of the file. I know that sometimes when downloading files Windows will semi-quarantine them and you need to enable access manually. Take a look at the file itself and check the properties.
I´m try to get a communication between a process written in c++ and a process written in c#.
Each Processes have a RPC Server ans a RPC Client.
The following situation exists:
It´s possibel to start a correct RPC communication between 2 processen written in C++.
And it´s also possible to start a correctly RPC communication between 2 processes written in C#.
It´s not possible to start a correctly RPC communication between a process written in c++ and a process written in c#.
The interfaceis initialized with the "ncacn_ip_tcp" protocol.
The error accours in the function "NdrGetBuffer(,,)". This function is declared in"rpcndr.h".
The client use this function for getting a pointer from the RPC server to send the requiered datas.
I don´t no how shall I do now.
Is there anyting to setup in user settings?
Can someone help me?
Have someone also problems with RPC Server / Clients
Thank You very much.
thanks for the hint.
I´ve already scoured this page.
In my application the server and client works with "endpoint" definition
not with ports.
As I said.
Processes that are written in C ++ communicate with one another, as do the processes that are written in C #. This is not a problem.
No communication between processes written in C ++ and processes written in C #.
If someone has these problems in the same way, I would be happy to hear from you.
Hi everyone . I am a newbie in programming , so i would be very grateful if you could help me . I have to implement the Blum Blum Shub in C or C++ using the stdlib.h and time.h libraries . Can anyone help me with this ?
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