Thanks Glenn for you help.
I've been trying with the Trivial-sockets, as suggested by John in a previous message, and now both applications are able to communicate. I've created some code for the server site and for the client too. But the problem that I face now is how to execute instructions from the client in the server. Maybe an example could ilustrate the scenario.
App 1 (Client)
The App2 stores information, and it is responsible to manage queries over this info. To do that, it offers a complite set of functions to search and retrive this information. For example, you can ask (in the standalone version) something like:
(get-elements Condition1 &rest Cond2 CondN)
And this applications (that acts as a server) answer with a list of the elements that follow those conditions (Cond1 ... CondN).
Now, I have a new application, that is the App1 (Client), and this needs the information provided by the App2. So, I can send instructions using the TCP channel streams, but I don't know how the server has to understand the orders. Suppose that we have already set up the stream channel, and this is name "stream-channel". The client, send the instruction, like:
(format stream-channel "instruction-code")
I don't know how to change the String to an instruction understable by the server. This means, how the server could translate from the String "(get-elements Cond1 --- )" into a call of one of its functions.
Thanks anyway for your time
Peter Hertmuller <phertmuller <at> gmail.com> writes:
Forgot to add this link. This is a short thread discussing the implementation
of the message broker I sent in a previous reply. It briefly discusses some
issues coding with sockets with this example.
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