Description


It seems pretty awkward to call a java program from Uniface. We need a Uniface server and some Corba tricks. This could probably be done with a C/C++ wrapper at class level with a lesser installation burden. This type of functionnality isn\'t so easily implemented. So some samples of this technical stuff would be very highly enjoyed.

Use Case


- For the Uniface developer the wrapped java class/component will appear as any other component through his signature. - For the deployment team: Uniface installation requirement: Only a dll with the corresponding ASN reference would be required (as well as the signatures as usual)

Importance


Uniface XML support is somewhat outdated. We need some tool to validate XML streams/files agains XML schema files. The support for java call-out (without Uniface server as target deployment requirement) would be for general purpose very convenient. Expected advantages: No need of .NET and/or COM deployment, no Uniface Server

Type


Integration

Operating System


Not Applicable

Status


Open

2 thoughts on “java integration with C/C++ wrapper samples”

  1. I’m aware that this post is closely related to the post 10. 10 is the best solution at all regards. Corba+Uniface Server is the worse. I’m suggesting some sort of in-between solution. By the way, sorry for the poor wording. I’m not a native speaker!

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