[IronPython] new to Iron and question.
Rodney.Howeedy at Sun.COM
Mon Feb 2 21:58:36 CET 2009
I had a client-side COM .dll automation file (used by IE browser) that
connects to a WCOM server running under JBoss on Linux connecting via
JDBC to Oracle on Solaris.
Once we found iPy, we forged ahead with a single Windows host as the
intermediary between our other Unix clients. No .dll COM automation
required on the clients as they all communicate via http to the single
IronPython host running the http server.
The iPy tutorial explains how to convert your .dll COM file using the
.NET SDK and import it for use in IronPython.
We researched your question about COM on Linux and only found defunct
projects for COM emulation on Unix.
But iPy give you the COM automation in your iPy scripts along with all
the Python goodness (e.g. http server, queue server, etc).
On 02/02/09 09:48, Vernon Cole wrote:
> I think that COM is a Windows only thing. I have never heard of it
> existing in the Linux world.
> Perhaps the Mono people have emulated DCOM (Distributed COM)?, and
> will answer here.
> Otherwise, you are out of luck as far as running on Linux is concerned.
> If you want to run this on Windows, you can access MySQL using
> adodbapi, which does the necessary COM for you.
> See http://adodbapi.sourceforge.net
> The MySQL server can be on either a Linux or Windows machine. My test
> server runs on Ubuntu Linux.
> Vernon Cole
> On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 9:05 AM, Glauco Uri <glauco.uri at prometeia.it
> <mailto:glauco.uri at prometeia.it>> wrote:
> Hi all, i'm new here, but not to python...
> I've started to study IronPy for thi problem.
> I'm developing a web application for data storing.
> Application is py + Turbogears + Mysql
> Most of data come from a COM object installed on a Windows server.
> This is a financial statistical software developed for
> interaction with Microsoft office product.
> With python and win32 is possible to use it and automate some
> work...... but my purpose is to have an unique server linux and i
> cannot figure how to use this COM object.
> some suggestion?
> than you
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