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XMLRPC with .NET on Windows and Java on Unix?

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  • sputniko
    Hi, I need a remote procedure call between a java application running on unix and a .net application running on windows. the java application must be the
    Message 1 of 4 , Feb 6, 2007
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      Hi,

      I need a remote procedure call between a java application running on
      unix and a .net application running on windows. the java application
      must be the server.
      Therefore I guess that I need two xml-rpc frameworks. But all the
      frameworks I 've seen already are only for one language.
      Can I use two different xml-rpc frameworks, one for the server, another
      for the client?
      Can anybody give me a suggestion which xml-rpc framework or library I
      should use? I think there will be a problem because the libraries are
      not compatible to each other. Am I right?

      Thanks a lot!

      Steffen
    • charlescookuk
      Hi Steffen: XML-RPC.NET implements the XML-RPC protocol at both client and server ends so it will work fine as a client to any compliant implementation on the
      Message 2 of 4 , Feb 6, 2007
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        Hi Steffen: XML-RPC.NET implements the XML-RPC protocol at both client and server ends
        so it will work fine as a client to any compliant implementation on the server.

        :Charles

        --- In XMLRPCNET@yahoogroups.com, "sputniko" <european@...> wrote:
        >
        > Hi,
        >
        > I need a remote procedure call between a java application running on
        > unix and a .net application running on windows. the java application
        > must be the server.
        > Therefore I guess that I need two xml-rpc frameworks. But all the
        > frameworks I 've seen already are only for one language.
        > Can I use two different xml-rpc frameworks, one for the server, another
        > for the client?
        > Can anybody give me a suggestion which xml-rpc framework or library I
        > should use? I think there will be a problem because the libraries are
        > not compatible to each other. Am I right?
        >
        > Thanks a lot!
        >
        > Steffen
        >
      • Ivan Grozny
        Sorry to jump in - just want to clarify and amplify a little bit. XML-RPC is a standard - the language or framework should not matter at all. As long as the
        Message 3 of 4 , Feb 6, 2007
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          Sorry to jump in - just want to clarify and amplify a little bit. XML-RPC is a standard - the language or framework should not matter at all. As long as the framework you choose for one end follows the standard - and XML-RPC.NET does - it doesn't know or care who's on the other end of the wire, as long as the other end follows the rules too.


          You might have been a little confused by the name "XML-RPC.NET" being so close to "XML-RPC", but it's just a name. It would have been less confusing if Mr. Cook had named it "CookIsGreat.NET", but he's too modest.

          ----- Original Message ----

          From: charlescookuk <chascook@...>

          To: XMLRPCNET@yahoogroups.com

          Sent: Tuesday, February 6, 2007 7:22:17 AM

          Subject: [XMLRPCNET] Re: XMLRPC with .NET on Windows and Java on Unix?



          Hi Steffen: XML-RPC.NET implements the XML-RPC protocol at both client and server ends

          so it will work fine as a client to any compliant implementation on the server.



          :Charles



          --- In XMLRPCNET@yahoogrou ps.com, "sputniko" <european@.. .> wrote:

          >

          > Hi,

          >

          > I need a remote procedure call between a java application running on

          > unix and a .net application running on windows. the java application

          > must be the server.

          > Therefore I guess that I need two xml-rpc frameworks. But all the

          > frameworks I 've seen already are only for one language.

          > Can I use two different xml-rpc frameworks, one for the server, another

          > for the client?

          > Can anybody give me a suggestion which xml-rpc framework or library I

          > should use? I think there will be a problem because the libraries are

          > not compatible to each other. Am I right?

          >

          > Thanks a lot!

          >

          > Steffen

          >







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        • Steffen M√∂hlenbrock
          Thanks a lot. I think it should work with Apache XML-RPC and XML-RPC.NET. Thank you very much. Steffen ... Von: XMLRPCNET@yahoogroups.com
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            Thanks a lot. I think it should work with Apache XML-RPC and
            XML-RPC.NET.

            Thank you very much.

            Steffen


            -----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
            Von: XMLRPCNET@yahoogroups.com [mailto:XMLRPCNET@yahoogroups.com] Im
            Auftrag von Ivan Grozny
            Gesendet: Dienstag, 6. Februar 2007 17:45
            An: XMLRPCNET@yahoogroups.com
            Betreff: Re: [XMLRPCNET] Re: XMLRPC with .NET on Windows and Java on
            Unix?




            Sorry to jump in - just want to clarify and amplify a little bit.
            XML-RPC is a standard - the language or framework should not matter at
            all. As long as the framework you choose for one end follows the
            standard - and XML-RPC.NET does - it doesn't know or care who's on the
            other end of the wire, as long as the other end follows the rules too.

            You might have been a little confused by the name "XML-RPC.NET" being so
            close to "XML-RPC", but it's just a name. It would have been less
            confusing if Mr. Cook had named it "CookIsGreat.NET", but he's too
            modest.

            ----- Original Message ----

            From: charlescookuk <chascook@gmail. <mailto:chascook%40gmail.com> com>

            To: XMLRPCNET@yahoogrou <mailto:XMLRPCNET%40yahoogroups.com> ps.com

            Sent: Tuesday, February 6, 2007 7:22:17 AM

            Subject: [XMLRPCNET] Re: XMLRPC with .NET on Windows and Java on Unix?

            Hi Steffen: XML-RPC.NET implements the XML-RPC protocol at both client
            and server ends

            so it will work fine as a client to any compliant implementation on the
            server.

            :Charles

            --- In XMLRPCNET@yahoogrou ps.com, "sputniko" <european@.. .> wrote:

            >

            > Hi,

            >

            > I need a remote procedure call between a java application running on

            > unix and a .net application running on windows. the java application

            > must be the server.

            > Therefore I guess that I need two xml-rpc frameworks. But all the

            > frameworks I 've seen already are only for one language.

            > Can I use two different xml-rpc frameworks, one for the server,
            another

            > for the client?

            > Can anybody give me a suggestion which xml-rpc framework or library I

            > should use? I think there will be a problem because the libraries are

            > not compatible to each other. Am I right?

            >

            > Thanks a lot!

            >

            > Steffen

            >

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