Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Re: MSIE and XML-RPC
Author: Hannes Walln÷fer Posted: 2/3/1999; 8:12:34 AM Topic: www.xml-rpc.com Msg #: 2649 (In response to 2646) Prev/Next: 2648 / 2650
Here's how to use a Java class as a COM object. (Note: This process is intended mainly for the development process, since it requires the MS Java SDK to be installed.)
- The Java class used as COM object needs a public constructor that takes no argument.
- Put all used Java class files into directory C:\Windows\Java\trustlib.
- Use the javareg.exe tool in the Microsoft Java SDK to register the class as a COM object.
javareg /register /class:your.java.Class /progid:foo.XmlRpcClient
In an ASP page you can create the object like this:
or from JScript: client = Server.CreateObject("foo.XmlRpcClient");
I guess this is slightly different for the client side.
Strings, numbers, dates and booleans should be converted automatically between Java and the script. The biggest problem will be building the argument list and compound arguments like
or . The class would have to offer factory methods that returns a Java Hashtable or Vector. The script could then access these objects to add arguments.
There are responses to this message:
- Re: MSIE and XML-RPC, Hannes Walln÷fer, 2/3/1999; 8:36:39 AM
This page was archived on 6/13/2001; 4:47:43 PM.
© Copyright 1998-2001 UserLand Software, Inc.