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Author Topic: c#, Web Client-Server, NTService, Mobile.NET  (Read 19299 times)

david wise

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c#, Web Client-Server, NTService, Mobile.NET
« on: July 04, 2005, 07:38:40 PM »

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david wise

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Re: c#, Web Client-Server, NTService, Mobile.NET
« Reply #1 on: July 04, 2005, 07:42:00 PM »

This is for SDK Developers who are
interested in more Client-side, Server-side,
NTService, .NET Web, and Mobile.NET
examples.  We are not selling anything.

While waiting for queryplc to be fixed, we
(www.24Voice.com) are moving ahead in
developing a voice-enabled ASP Model
conceptual website for small businesses to
use for Security and Access Control.  We
selected X10 for its ease in development and
integration [NOTE:  WE ARE NOT SELLING X10
SOLUTIONS]  Our objective is to show how
simplicit it is to leverage biometrics for
consumer-driven processes.

We are using speaker verification in
addition to voice recognition), via
telephone, to confirm the correct identity
of the user accessing into the website.
Upon access, the user has the ability to
initiate command actions (i.e, On, Off, Dim,
Bright, etc) that is currently done through
the Active Home Pro application today.  In
addition, the user can *share* to allow
someone (possibly, someone watching the
house while you are away) access in to
inititate certain modules you authorized
them to act upon.

The following is a brief description and URL
for those interested in downloading the open
source hybrid code [does not include our
conceptual ASP Model website nor voice code]:

[NOTE:  THIS IS FREE SOURCECODE, THUS,
LIABILITY IS RELEASED UPON WHO USES IT.  WE
ARE PROVIDING THE CODE TO HELP ASSIST THOSE
WHO ARE WANTING TO DEVELOP AGAINST THE
ACTIVE HOME SDK.  WE ARE NOT SELLING,
SOLICITING, ENDORECE, OR SUPPORT THIS CODE.]
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david wise

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Re: c#, Web Client-Server, NTService, Mobile.NET
« Reply #2 on: July 04, 2005, 07:42:26 PM »

[Microsoft c# .NET]
v1.1.4322

[OS Platform]
Windows Server 2003

[Developed pages for the hybrid files that
you may download]
http://www.24voice.com/x10/public/

[Zipped file of all c# Source Code]
X10_ClientServerServiceCode.zip
Contains:  Client, ServerEngine,
X10ServiceMonitor, ASPNET Website, x10wap
(Mobile.NET), and SQL_DatabaseInstaller.txt

[Client]
DOS-based Client to go against the
ServerEngine (Client-Server model)

[ServerEngine]
DOS-based Server which listens for the
Client to call it

[x10ServiceMonitor]
An NTService which calls the X10 Controller
with Action Commands, updates the website
database with status update, and returns
status to Client Application.  There is a
System Registry and service registration
file in the Release folder to use to install
the code

[ASPNET Website]
A Demo .NET website with a page that calls
the NTService.  You can file upload your
current X10 Controller saved file (i.e.,
MyHome.xml) which reads it into a database.
The website has both a Client as well as
Server-side code.  The Server-side page
requires a PIN during submission to allow
only authorized people to initiate commands.

[x10wap]
A Demo Mobile.NET page which uses the
NTService to initiate commands against the
modules.  The page requires a PIN during the
submission to allow only authorized people
to initiate commands.

[SQL_DatabaseInstaller.txt]
SQL script to create the database used for
website and status' of X10 Modules
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Doug Gray

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Re: c#, Web Client-Server, NTService, Mobile.NET
« Reply #3 on: July 05, 2005, 05:08:54 PM »

I finally had time to download and review
your code.  Everything worked on my
WindowsXP computer.  I would be interested
in knowing more about the voice activations
your planning.
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skip

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Re: c#, Web Client-Server, NTService, Mobile.NET
« Reply #4 on: July 06, 2005, 08:11:56 AM »

Thanks David! I am going to enjoy looking
at what you have done.

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Tom Merierosky

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Re: c#, Web Client-Server, NTService, Mobile.NET
« Reply #5 on: July 06, 2005, 07:22:28 PM »

Thank you for providing something that helps
me justify pursuing a purchase.  I always
enjoy knowing what I am buying and how to
use it.

Your NT Service is perfect and is ready for
when the QueryPlc is fixed.
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Dan Stinson

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Re: c#, Web Client-Server, NTService, Mobile.NET
« Reply #6 on: July 16, 2005, 03:24:41 PM »

Thanks David for your assistance.  This is
interesting how I can place my configuration
file on your ASP website, voice verify to
gain access to my file, and perform turning
on and off my lites via your website.

I still do not understand how it works
except you have an NTService running on my
static IP Address with the ActiveHome Pro
Controller on my computer.  All I know it is
interesting how you protect the security of
it with voice biometrics on your website.

Thanks again; I will be demonstrating this
at SpeechTek in New York City in August.
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madhusudhanreddy

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Re: c#, Web Client-Server, NTService, Mobile.NET
« Reply #7 on: September 01, 2005, 06:02:41 AM »

i have a concept on mobile technology.

this concept give a good byee to the adress
book to activate with by the hands..

my concept is how can i impliment code to
my cell phone recagnige my voice and
response to the corresponding number.

i want code and methods to impliment
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ari

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Re: c#, Web Client-Server, NTService, Mobile.NET
« Reply #8 on: September 12, 2005, 07:56:30 AM »

make new monitoring web
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tim higgins

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Re: c#, Web Client-Server, NTService, Mobile.NET
« Reply #9 on: October 11, 2005, 01:51:03 PM »

David, I am trying to download your code as
defined in this thread, but get a not
authorized error.  Is there some other
location for it?
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