ancapopescu Absent Member.
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Admin Object API and C#

Hello,

I have two questions.

First if the Admin Object API can be used to connect to a GW server on Linux? I read in another thread that "there is no admin API exposed for Linux. Period." but this statement was from 2008.

Second, I tried to use Admin Object API in C# and create for starters a new System object, but i get a COM exception No_Interface. I have GW Client and Novell Client installed and the AdminObjectLibrary added to References. Any ideas as to why I receive the COM exception?

Thank you
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Re: Admin Object API and C#

On 2/24/2011 2:06 AM, ancapopescu wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> I have two questions.
>
> First if the Admin Object API can be used to connect to a GW server on
> Linux? I read in another thread that "there is no admin API exposed for
> Linux. Period." but this statement was from 2008.



This remains the case. Novell has occasionally talked about making a
replacement Admin API on SOAP via the MTA, but so far this has not
materialized.

>
> Second, I tried to use Admin Object API in C# and create for starters a
> new System object, but i get a COM exception No_Interface. I have GW
> Client and Novell Client installed and the AdminObjectLibrary added to
> References. Any ideas as to why I receive the COM exception?
>

Sorry I don't do C#. Does it work in VBS/VBScript?

> Thank you
>
>


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