Subject Re: .NET and IBO
Author stanw1950
This does not sound like a .net (or IBO)issue to me. From my
understanding, the language and the operating system of the web
service server (in your case the os is is invisible to
the web service client (you). That's the big plus about web services.
You can write your client in whatever language and under whatever OS
you want to. The data is being sent over the internet in an internet
protocol (using XML) and only has to abide by the rules of the
protocol. Delphi makes it very easy to set up a web service client
(see their examples). As far as I know, you can retrieve your data
(using IBO, IBX, ADO, or whatever) anyway you want to.

--- In IBObjects@y..., "Alan McDonald" <alan@m...> wrote:
> This may be a silly question - I know very little about .NET at
this stage
> but..
> I need to, within the next 6 months or so, be able to post/submit
data from
> my IBO/FB application, over the internet, to a .NET service. I was
> wondering if anyone knew if this is possible with IBO at the moment
> adding a .NET interface, or would I need to wait for changes to IBO
to do
> this or does IBO intend to make this possible in a more seamless
fashion, or
> is this a phurphy?
> Thanks
> Alan