From: Marcel Ruff <mr at marcelruff.info>
Reply-To: xmlblaster at server.xmlBlaster.org
To: xmlblaster at server.xmlblaster.org
Subject: Re: [xmlblaster] RUNNING C++ Client for Blaster.
Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2003 21:28:30 +0100
JAYAGOPALAN BALASUBRAMANI wrote:
Hi all ,
Iam running xmlBlaster in windows platform.
I have a java client for xmlBlaster embedded as an applet in IE.
Iam using the socket protocol in the Java client.
Currently iam giving all permissions in the Java.policy file to
enable permissions for applet client.
Since there are permission/security issues i thought i can use a c++
I want to test the c++ client for xmlBlaster.
Can i use the jdk's default CORBA package for CORBA product in
More info on building a c++ client will be of great help.
For C++ you need to download one of the supported ORBs, e.g. omniORB
or mico or TAO and install them.
Then you need to install Xerces from www.apache.org and install it.
After that go to the xmlBlaster directory and type
on problems try the -verbose setting.
Assure that you use a VC++ which is at least from Jan.2003 or better
Please read following docu:
please let me know if anyone has tested the HTTP CALL BACK FRAME WORK
of xmlBlaster in IE.
You need to call
to get a war file (containing all xmlBlaster servlets etc) which you
can throw into the tomcat/webapps directory.
Then you need to start an xmlBlaster server, the SystemPublisher and
tomcat (see xmlBlaster/demo/http/README).
Now you are ready to watch the persistent demo in mozilla and netscape.
I know it once worked in IE5 but i have never investigated further.
Any Suggestions for building a xmlBlaster client for IE will be helpful.
Thanks in advance