I have a linux server where i've my website files.
Scenario: after users upload files from the linux server (using a "browse" button) then i want pdf files to be processed on a windows server (because of a library working on windows only), and then the response will be sent back to the linux server.
I'm thinking about using json to do that (POST request with multipart/form-data encoding).
First a POST request will be made from the linux server to the windows server then when the file processed on the windows server, another POST request will be made from the windows server to the linux server.
Only bid if you're able to create json feeds for that or have a better solution to transfer uploaded files from the linux server to the windows server.
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You could use SOAP (XML-based transfer) as well. But, both XML or JSON have the same advantages. As the file transfer should be based on BASE-64 Encoding for making sure the data well transfered. On programming side, X Daha Fazla
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What you suggest is possible, but why not do the generation of the PDFs via PHP? I have created PDF's via PHP recently, even with importing other PDFs (old and new) and images. The output PDF is compatible with any PD Daha Fazla
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