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Re: [GNUe] Retic EAI server and GNUe?

From: Derek Neighbors
Subject: Re: [GNUe] Retic EAI server and GNUe?
Date: Tue, 09 Nov 2004 21:04:56 -0700

I personally would love to see work on this front done for GNUe.
Originally we wanted to have GNUe Integrator.  I haven't looked at Retic
so I can't comment on whether it is trying to achieve same goals or not.

On Mon, 2004-11-08 at 13:08 +0100, Wolfgang Keller wrote:
> Hello,
> recently I found out about Retic, an open-source EAI server (or call it
> enterprise service bus as this seeems to be the name currently "en vogue")
> for extracting, transforming and forwarding data from various sources to
> various sinks.
> It is currently implemented using Jython, according to the author due to
> weak support for "native" Python in the world of enterprise-class databases
> and messaging systems. From a short discussion with the author it seems to
> me that he would be interested in re-implementing Retic (with major
> re-design of the architecture) in "pure" CPython, but obviously he can't do
> it all on his own. While I would be perfectly willing to help out with some
> of the work (especially those parts that I can actually use in my work :-),
> my Python skills are so far limited to mostly "throw away" scripting, so...
> Maybe this work to build a generic "Python Enterprise Application
> Integration Server" could be integrated with the work on GNUe?
> Especially since the availability of such a "built-in middleware" would
> imho be a huge incentive for the use of GNUe, as companies/individual
> departments could start to use it for small applications first, which could
> however be seamlessly integrated in the existing "application landscape"
> from the start. This could be a nice way to make GNUe "sneak" into
> companies "through the backdoor".
> Best regards,
> Wolfgang Keller
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