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Vital   (2001-10-09 12:34) [0]

Gentlemen, there is a question: what is the best technology to choose for writing an Internet server that could do the following:
1) connect with similar server programs running on various physical servers that will communicate with each other, thereby forming a single information field.
2) connect to client programs (designed to administer information on the server) and work with them using its own protocol.
3) have a custom web interface (is it necessary to write it in Delphi in this case, or can you use, for example, Perl or Java?)

Each client program must connect to its own database on its own server (like shared hosting).



Штирлиц   (2001-10-09 13:08) [1]

Perhaps you want to save the world?



Vital   (2001-10-09 13:12) [2]

Stirlitz ©:

I just want to choose the best technology so that it works under UNIX too ...



SKiwa   (2001-10-09 14:09) [3]

If I understand your point correctly, then CORBA, then what you need.
This is theoretically.
Practically
DCOM, etc. not good because Unix
CORBA in Delphi5 built on DCOM
CORBA in Delphi6 has a big memory leak.
Yes, and the mandatory existence of SmartAgent imposes some restrictions.
As a result, I did something similar to CORBA for similar tasks, I used Indy as a transport, which means there will be no problems on UNIX.



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