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Re: [xmlblaster] Excellent work! But I have a question :-)

Hi Cyrille,

thanks for the reply. 

Yes, I agree that the demo would work this way, but for security reasons, the computer that is
hosting the xmlBlaster server is not exposed to the Internet. In fact, the only computer exposed
to the Internet is the webserver. The reason I like the java applet and java servlet example is
that the java applet does not talk directly with the xmlBlaster server, but through the servlets.
I hope that this is the way do this as I can't imagine exposing the messaging server to the

I was wondering if the C# demo could be configured to talk to the servlets or changed in some way
to do this. I think this would be a great advantage to the xmlBlaster development because then the
servlets would be able to talk to clients that are written in different languages. Although I
would like to help, my programming expertise in Java, C#, and C++ is limited and just looking at
the source for xmlBlasterAppletLib.jar makes my head hurt :-0

I'm looking forward to the c# applet! :-)



--- Cyrille Giquello <cyrille at giquello.com> wrote:

> chris lau wrote:
> >I am thinking of creating a C# client application to replace my java applet that wrote a while
> >back ago. The applet communicates over the internet to the xmlBlaster server through the
> >xmlblaster servlets (I believe it is called the AppletServlet and BlasterHttpProxyServlet). Is
> it
> >possible to get the C# demo to communicate over the Internet like this?
> >
> >Of course, security is of a concern nowadays so all ports except port 80 and 443 are closed...
> and
> >the xmlBlaster server is not exposed to the Internet directly.
> >  
> >
> Hello,
> I think the current C# demo will work accross Internet. I don't get 
> parameters in my head, but it should be easy to configure the 
> XmlBlaster's XmlRpc plugin to listen on port 80 then use the xmlBlaster 
> server address and port in the C# demo.
> I will do a C# applet soon, that will work in Internet Explorer on 
> computer with .NET Framework installed.
> Bye
> cyrille.


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