Since all clients in my company are Windows and I already know VB, it is by
far the most logical choice for a desktop application.
But it doesn't necessarily mean MS only... granted the development tools
gear towards it. That is the one advantage of SOAP and XML. It can handle,
theoretically, the distributed environment for non MS hosts and it is not
locking myself into MS technology.
As for CORBA in VB, I think you need to use a DCOM to Corba bridge...
atleast that is what I heard.
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joachim Achtzehnter" <joachim(at)kraut(dot)ca>
To: "Adam Lang" <aalang(at)rutgersinsurance(dot)com>
Cc: "pgsql-interfaces" <pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 15, 2000 12:56 PM
Subject: Re: [INTERFACES] OT: Heterogenous networks
> Today, in a message to pgsql-interfaces Adam Lang wrote:
> > Man... everything has to be so hard to make a decision on... Sometimes
> > I wish someone was here before me that made these tech decisions...
> Stephen Crawley had written:
> > >
> > > CORBA is both standardised and platform independent.
> While I tend to agree with Stephen, and I had mentioned CORBA in an
> earlier message too, Adam may be in a bit of a bind because he has settled
> on using VB. I'm not aware of a CORBA mapping for that, is there one?
> By choosing VB one more or less commits to a Microsoft only solution,
> Depending on the nature of your application you may also want to
> investigate building a Web application. The client would be IExplorer to
> stay with the Microsoft only approach. :) And you can also use VBScript if
> you like.
> work: joachima(at)realtimeint(dot)com (http://www.realtimeint.com)
> private: joachim(at)kraut(dot)ca (http://www.kraut.ca)
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