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Delphi 2009 Datasnap compatibility with .NET

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We want to connect .NET client (database and also service like) to new Win32 Datasnap server.

In the description of new Datasnap for delphi 2009 it is stated that it's compatible with
.NETclients in the article:
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http://dn.codegear.com/article/38682#8Usingserverconnections
"On the client we currently support both win32 and .net applications".
and also
"On the .net platform, a DataReader, DataView or DataTable can be used as parameters by the client"
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If that's possible:
 a. some code examples for this ?
 b. what about service like client like RPC, ... ?

thank you,
Vojko Cendak
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In the last CodeRage (Virtual confernce), you can watch a reply for a session to use .net client with datasnap server

http://cc.codegear.com/coderage
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