> 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,
I believe that you could try Orbix - have a look at
http://www.iona.com/products/orb_orbc++_home.htm for more details.
To quote briefly from the web page:
"Use familiar tools such as Visual Basic, PowerBuilder, Delphi,
MS Office or Active Server Pages to write COM applications that
can easily access CORBA applications."
Please note that I have not used Orbix, and I believe it will cost
a fairly large chunk of cash to license. Anyone actually have
experience with this thing?
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