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npTalk vs npMsgs

Postby stu » Thu Dec 18, 2014 6:01 am

What is the difference between this two, I check the documentation but its still unclear which one should I use for a particular scenario in which one application (client) when executed within a network will send a "[UserName] logged in at [Shorttime]" to the server... sort of a log...
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Re: npTalk vs npMsgs

Postby dec » Thu Dec 18, 2014 6:54 am

Hello,

The intented use of the npMsgs plugin is to communicate two applicatiosn which runs in the same machine. I think can work also in network machines, but to be honest I am not tested it, just read here in the forum (if I am not wrong) this works too. The intended use of npTalk plugin is to communicate two applications across TCP/IP, that, its, no neccesary running in the same machine or network.
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Re: npTalk vs npMsgs

Postby stu » Thu Dec 18, 2014 7:07 am

Perfect! npTalk is the way to go I think, to be sure...

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Re: npTalk vs npMsgs

Postby dec » Thu Dec 18, 2014 7:27 am

Hello,

stu wrote:Perfect! npTalk is the way to go I think, to be sure...

Thanks


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