[Mono-list] C# library on linux to create a simple standaloneSOAP server/client

Manish Gupta GManish@novell.com
Wed, 04 Feb 2004 05:51:32 -0700

Thanks. I tried it. It worked when I used TcpChannel, but it failed when
I changed TcpChannel to HttpChannel. Client gave an error saying "No
receiver for uri /<uri>". Bug#49997 on bugzilla also talks about the
same problem. 

We actually want to develop a server piece in C#, which can process RPC
requests for clients written in Python, C# and C. From what I
understood,I can use Remoting framework to develop standalone server
only if the client is also written in C#. To serve clients written in
other languages, Remote object will need to be exposed through a
webservice, which means it is no more a standalone server.

I am new to these concepts. Is this understanding correct?

>>> Miguel de Icaza <miguel@ximian.com> 2/3/2004 10:27:36 AM >>>

> Do we have a C# library on linux to implement a simple standalone
> server and client? SOAPpy provides a simple way to do this in Python.

> I understand that creating web service using System.web.service
> is one option. But for our purpose we just need SOAP communication
> between 2 components. We don't need to expose our methods to
> world, so creating a web service for the same seems to be heavy

Remoting with SOAP perhaps?
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