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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 22:08:50 +0200

"Narayanan, Ramesh" wrote:
> First Thanks to everyone for all your suggestions.
> CORBA or COM are good between systems that support that architecture. But
> when calls have to be made between UNIX to NT, for example, how can i use
> COM+ ?
> Also, CORBA calls become difficult to implement in NT. And anyway if i use
> these proprietary calls to send data, doesnt that defeat the purpose of XML
> ? The same goes for MSMQ/MQSeries . and anyway MSMQ by itself (except in
> conjunction with LEVEL8's Geneva) doesnt talk to Unix Server,right ?
Corba is the interlangauge glue which runs on all platforms.
Com is MS $ only.
Many, many Corba libs run very fine on Win$.
Xml-Rpc and SOAP are interlanguage glue as well, based on http.

xmlBlaster is a MOM (publish/subscribe and PtP and queue) which allows
querying xml data (messages) with XPath.
The messages may contain any data (binary).

If you use C++ or/and Java you can start directly. With other
languages, easy access is under development.



Marcel Ruff

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