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RE: [Gnumed-devel] gmrecalls.sql

From: ChongQing Xiao
Subject: RE: [Gnumed-devel] gmrecalls.sql
Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2003 09:04:07 -0600

If you are looking for XML-PRC, looking at, there have 3
python binding there.

I have done some work on corba and my suggestion XML-RPC is much easy to
implement and use the corba. Corba have more functions on it but for
this function. XML-RPC is enough.

As for SSL goes, since XML-RPC is called over http (normally), I guess
use HTTPS will solve the problem.

By the way, I just joined this list and I have downloaded gnumed by CVS
and when I run python, I get the following errors, 
File "",line 27, in shadow 
self.contents = widget 
NameError: name 'widget" is not defined. 

I have installed postgresql, wxpython and set it up as described in the
user document. Anyone know what might be wrong with the set up?

I like to contribe to this project but I need to get it running first.


-----Original Message-----
From: Ahammed Hashim, MD [mailto:address@hidden 
Sent: Monday, January 13, 2003 6:49 AM
To: address@hidden
Subject: RE: [Gnumed-devel] gmrecalls.sql

> Perhaps we should use some middle ware after all.
> Curently, I am considering writing a high level interface to the
> demographic
> part of the database, which then would get a XML-RPC plug-on that
> would allow
> gnumed's "address book" in a very generic way.

That is a great idea ( middleware). What about the security concerns
clear text XML-RPC? Anyone  on the network with a apcket sniffer will
have a
field day! What about an SSL based protocol? A quick search on google
revealed some effirts with XML-RPC and SSL, but mainly with java. I am
thinking in terms of a long term idea of making a full middleware
implementation. I have looked at some CORBA-SSL s , but only one has
bindings IMHO.

give it a look


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