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

Lluis Sanchez lluis@ximian.com
Wed, 04 Feb 2004 18:00:01 +0100


On dc, 2004-02-04 at 13:51, Manish Gupta wrote:
> 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#. 

This is not correct. You can use any language, as far as you use the
correct transport protocol to send the requests. The HttpChannel bug
will be fixed soon or later.

> 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?
> regards
> Manish
> >>> 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
> class
> > is one option. But for our purpose we just need SOAP communication
> > between 2 components. We don't need to expose our methods to
> external
> > world, so creating a web service for the same seems to be heavy
> weight.
> Remoting with SOAP perhaps?
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