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   Re: XML across varied Servers

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  • From: Marcel Ruff <ruff@swand.lake.de>
  • To: "Narayanan, Ramesh" <RNarayanan@panasonicfa.com>, xml-dev@xml.org
  • Date: Fri, 07 Jul 2000 09:48:17 +0200

"Narayanan, Ramesh" wrote:
> Hello everybody,
>         I understand that XML is great for moving data across applications
> running under different OS. Every book and article says this is the primary
> goal of XML. But i dont understand how this is implemented. More
> specifically , i need to send an XML document asynchronously from an Unix
> Server to a Windows NT Server, neither of them running a web server. How can
> this be done, without using MSMQ or MQSeries ?  Could somebody throw some
> light on this ?
Consider xmlBlaster, it is a free MOM for commercials as well
and runs anywhere.

You can asynchronously send/receive  XML data using all CORBA aware
languages like C++, Java, Perl etc.
XML-RPC support is under construction as well.


Marcel Ruff

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