[IronPython] Are there anyone had embedded IronPython or otherdynamic language into a biz solution.

Han Kejing Colin.Han at grapecity.com
Thu Jul 10 04:13:55 CEST 2008

Sorry, My English  is so poor. Maybe some word is worry or unclear. 


Follow is my ideas:

I will provide some ability in my WinForm application to allow user to write python script to implement his custom business logic easily and quickly. My user is not developer, he has not any experience about coding, maybe Financial Worker is a special sample. 

I will define some object model of my business domain to my user. He can use IronPython to control these domain objects.


How about my idea? Maybe it is castle in the air?


Follow my heart

Colin Han @ GrapeCity


From: users-bounces at lists.ironpython.com [mailto:users-bounces at lists.ironpython.com] On Behalf Of Michael Stephens
Sent: 2008年7月10日 5:35
To: Discussion of IronPython
Subject: Re: [IronPython] Are there anyone had embedded IronPython or otherdynamic language into a biz solution.


We just went live with Iron Python Embedded.  We chose IronPython because it was so simple and python is so well documented.  Other solutions are pretty precarious whereas iron python implementation was really easy.

Michael Stephens

Electrical Engineering Graduate Student
University of Wyoming
falcon at uwyo.edu or 89iroc at gmail.com 

On Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 9:53 PM, Han Kejing <Colin.Han at grapecity.com> wrote:

Hi, all,

I have some ideas. I want embed dynamic language into my biz solution. But I have some cares for this idea.

I want discuss this topic in here. J


If you had complete an biz solution and publish it to an user, Can you tell me:

who is user of your solution?

why you select dynamic language?

how about user's feedback?


This is an open topic, you can talk any things that you feel about this work.


Thanks you all.



Do ONE thing, and do it WELL.


Colin Han @ GrapeCity


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