COM server / COM client
danbrwn at gmail.com
Mon Mar 27 18:27:37 CEST 2006
>>Sounds like you are walking a "fine line" on the "no compiled programs
>>written by me" thing.
Yeah, I hate it. I could have written a C++ server, client application
client to embed in an html page to view, insert,delete etc.. SQL server
table over the intranet via ADO. But, requirements are requirements.
Besides, I am learning a lot and thats always good. We are integrators,
so our clients specifications are always vague and with an eye toward
leaving themselves "outs" whenever possible.
>>That said, no you don't have to compile. If you don't create .exe
>>by using py2exe you must have Python on the machine and must set up
>>any supporting libraries (like ctypes) in lib/site-packages.
That won't be a problem since all of the clients will be our own pc's
so we will be installing python on each.
What about activeX controls? Will I be able to create an activeX client
control using python for embedding into a web document, again without
server but I don't know if it will allow me to subscribe to the events
properly. In the ADO interfaces at least you can not receive the events
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