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Re: [xmlblaster] Serialization
As a Middleware we always had the opinion this is an application
specific issue. Of course it would be nice to have some helper stuff in
the contribution directories ...
This is more of a suggestion...
XmlBlaster provides a great Open source MOM.. one can send messages,
subscribe based on regular expressions or XPath queries .. we have well
defined topics and Qos, still my main doubt has to do with the content!
We're sending xml in our messages.. we could have put it into the
topic.. or part of it as properties in the Qos.. still it makes more
sense to have it in the content of the message.
What we feel is missing is serialization for sending objects betwee
We have a Java application running and communicating with a C++
application .. still there is no "easy" way to exchange objects ...It can be totally different. Normally interlanguage systems tend to have
simple serialization. For example between java and c++ the simplest
way would really be to use a map like structure and use the client
properties of the qos. This is the same as JMS offers on the message
We've chosen XStream to provide Java side Xml serialization .. but
couldn't find any OpenSource project for providing the same thing with
JAVA and C++..
How have those who used xmlBlaster in their projects dealt with this?
Have you created parsers?
If the content is predefined and xml then you can still use xerces and
write your own parsers.
If the clients are supposed to do some rpc calls, then I would use
xmlrpc (there are libraries for different languages aviable on the net).