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  1. I'm starting this new project where I have to send some objects over TCP/IP. I'm planning on flattening it to a string on one side and then unflattening it on the other. So far I haven't run into any problems, but I've only really tried it in the development environment with 2 vis on the same local machine. I'm basically using the command pattern to send commands over a TCP/IP link so I'm counting on the recieving end to recreate the correct child class, which it appears to be doing. The only potential issue I am aware of is making sure both sides have the same class definitions What other issues might I run into? I'm sending the objects from a Windows box running a exe built with LV2010 64bit and I'm sending it to a RT box running an exe built in LV2010RT 32bit. Can I make this work in that situation? Is the 64 vs 32 bit going to create any problems?
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