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Hi guys,

A bit of a weird question here, but i have 3 files and they work as follows:

FrontEnd.fp7

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SERVER

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Backend.fp7 (hosted through FMS)

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SecondaryBackend.fp7 (sits in same directory as Backend.fp7, not hosted)

My question is, can Backend.fp7 interact with SecondaryBackend.fp7 with the local file reference: file:/SecondaryBackend.fp7 instead of requiring that the SecondaryBackend have a full fmnet reference to the server IP and be hosted. I.e. i don't want this file hosted, but i need backend.fp7 to be able to interact with it.

If im not making myself clear, please tell me and i'll answer anything you want -- i sort of need to work this out sooner rather than later.

Thanks a lot guys,

~Genx

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No, it would either need to be hosted, or available on the client machine when backend needs to 'interact' with it.

I don't know what crazy scheme you've come up with this time, but if access is the concern, why not host it and limit access to it? :qwery:

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Lol crazy scheme, no it was just a general question - no schemes :. The only time i need this file is when updating the other one (to store next serial keys). A yes or no would've sufficed Ender :.

Cheers mate,

~Genx

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