[Haskell-cafe] Lambada and connecting Haskell to a Weblogic server

Neil Bartlett neil at integility.com
Sun Feb 11 07:40:45 EST 2007


Implementing Java RMI in Haskell sounds like a nightmare. Why not use  
HTTP? You could easily write a wrapper Servlet that speaks XML or  
JSON over HTTP, and deploy that to the Weblogic server. Unless you  
don't have permission to deploy anything to that server for whatever  

Alternatively, how about AMQP ;-)


On 11 Feb 2007, at 01:50, Joel Reymont wrote:

> Folks,
> Where can I find Lambada these days and would it be of any use to  
> me in trying to connect to a Weblogic server?
> To make the long story short, my broker's Java software connects to  
> a remote Weblogic server and I would like to do the same. I suppose  
> this would require me to implement Java RMI in Haskell which is non- 
> trivial.
> I wonder if it would be easier for me to implement a Java server  
> that talks to Weblogic and then connect to that server. What do you  
> think?
> 	Thanks, Joel
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