.net interoperability

Discussion in 'Python' started by mic, Apr 21, 2004.

  1. mic

    mic Guest

    I'm trying to expose some of my code to the "outer world" components,
    specifically applications written in .NET (Visual Studio) technology. But as
    far as it is I could not find the proper way to go:

    - at first I thought about SOAP and webservices, but available solutions
    (Twisted Matrix, ZSI, SOAPpy) seem to be well... immature. For example I was
    not able to generate WSDL file, so I cannot expose information about the
    services I have. This is required by Visual Studio and generally I think
    it's a good practice.

    - then I decided to make my own COM server but unfortunatelly I'm not able
    to make type library for it. So again - no success.Of course I could try to
    make it by hand, but that should be done more or less automatically.

    How to interoperate then?

    Michal
     
    mic, Apr 21, 2004
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