records generated from UBF

Erik Pearson erik@REDACTED
Tue Apr 15 09:42:26 CEST 2003

I'd like to give UBF a try. It looks really great, and thanks for your 
addition to it.

I'm currently need to move from a simple data exchange format that I've 
used for years (it is a glorified url query string), and have stayed 
away from XML-RPC and the ilk partly because of the reasons sited at 
the UBF site ( UBF just may save the day!

What would be great, though, is if someone can share a Java 
implementation (or any other implementation out there, e.g. Tcl). I 
need it to glue together a Java servlet to Erlang (or whatever).

 From the UBF paper, it appears that a Java implementation was largely 
completed. It would be great to either use that code, or start with it 
and complete the implementation far enough to get something working. 
Yeah, call me a moocher :)



On Tuesday, April 8, 2003, at 01:50 AM, Ulf Wiger wrote:

> Is anybody else out there playing around with UBF?
> I wrote a small utility yesterday that generates a .hrl file
> from a UBF specification. It generates a record

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> Life is good.
> /Uffe
> -- 
> Ulf Wiger, Senior Specialist,
>    / / /   Architecture & Design of Carrier-Class Software
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Erik Pearson

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