47954RE: [svg-developers] Re: Executing Java/C# server method from svg
- Mar 2, 2005You'll want to write an ASP.NET class that implements IHttpHandler. This is
essentially the .NET equivalent of a servlet.
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From: Jan [mailto:janlmiller@...]
Sent: Wednesday, March 02, 2005 10:01 AM
Subject: [svg-developers] Re: Executing Java/C# server method from svg
This may be a stupid question as I am not that familiar with HTTP
servers, but how do I do this? I was planning on writing a C#
application which connects to another already-written C# application
which houses a databus and connects to a database. There are
specific methods to connect to this C# databus app and specific calls
you have to make to retrieve data. Will I still write a C# app and
somehow put that within the HTTP server or would I do something
different in a different language or tool?
Sounds like the getURL/postURL method only works with HTTP servers,
Thanks for your help.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Richard Smith <rcs36@c...>
> It would be best to make your server application a HTTP server,preferably on port 80, if you want your app to be usable anywhere as
that way it will go through proxies, firewalls etc. I think it is
much easier in SVG to communicate via HTTP anyway, and a simple HTTP
server is very easy to write.
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