Wine and industrial communication like OPC
riq at mail.com
Thu Sep 16 06:31:10 CDT 2004
> >> But I have to convince my boss...
> >> How meny ours do you think it wood take to get DCom to work in Wine?
> >> 50 h / 100h / 500h / 1000h ?
> > Good question. I'm afraid I have no idea, it's impossible to predict.
> Maybe it helps, if you have a OPC server source code to see what is needed
> on COM/DCOM functions. You can find a free (LGPL) OPC server on the
> following link:
Thank you, always good to have a LGPL version...
But the big problem is DCom
> We are a small software company, and I know that some customers of us are
> interested in OPC on Linux in the past. There is one working solution as far
> as I know. It is a OPC Toolkit from Technotrend which is based on the
> COM/DCOM implementation EntireX of Software AG. But its not Open Source
> Some links about this:
> I don't know the license cost of this products at the moment, because our
> customers decided not to use Linux.
I gote a privet mail tipp for that Solution to, it lookt god untill I lookt at Technosoftwares "Software AG's EntireX DCOM on Linux" and AG's EntireX DCOM licens:
It seems like they wanted a license from all users (not just a development License), so that don't look good in our case.
But they have a free vertion for non comersial use, if someone else is helpt by that...
And a free trial vertion, for companies. Perhaps could be interesting to try it.
Thanks for your tipp thow.
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