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On Mon, Sep 3, 2012 at 7:33 AM, sarvesh <sarveshas...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a client and server application written in .NET(server part), C++
> (client part) which uses protobuf for serializationa and de-serialization.
> The server sends notification data to client whenever required , and this
> notification data type could be any and will not be known to client ahead
> of time.
> When i was looking into how to solve this scenario, found out dynamic
> messages topic whiuch suggests to use .NET and C++ protobuf extensions,
> however there are not enough examples and clarity on how to use them on
> both the technologies.
> Could someone please suggest some links or send me some examples for using
> extensions in protobuf.
> For Example: The notification data could be a single object or list of
> <T> objects in .NET. How to pass those objects in generic way and identify
> them in C++ based on the type and de-serialize the data according to its
> Thanks and Regards
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