[Mono-list] Re: Bridges to SOAP and/or .NET ?
Wed, 29 Oct 2003 00:04:55 +1100
Is it possible Remoting.Corba would be acceptable? I have tested it with
ORBit (and bonobo activation) and it appears to work fine.
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Subject: [Mono-list] Re: Bridges to SOAP and/or .NET ?
On Mon, 2003-10-27 at 16:23, Peter Van Osta wrote:
> We are now using an ORBit based server and client for our own
> application for communication between a Linux-based server and a
> Linux-based client with a GNOME/GTK+ interface.
> Our system should also be integrateable into third party systems as a
> "High Content Reader", which of course should use CORBA (ORBit or
> another ORB) in the first place. But customers can have a company
> standard and only allow for ".NET" or "SOAP" for some internal reason.
> Has anyone ever used some kind of "bridge" between an ORBit server and a
> ".NET" or "SOAP" "client" on MS Windows ?
The best people to ask are the mono folk I think.
Ultimately, since CORBA is connection based, and bi-directional and
SOAP is design-strangled by the limitations of an http:// like model,
it's likely you'd need to write a mapping wrapper to provide a .Net API.
It's possible you could use Mono to do that,
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