Many control-system (CS) frameworks are used for automation in high-energy physics. EPICS and TANGO are most common worldwide. The need for interoperation (data exchange) between different frameworks has increasingly occurred over the past decade. The reasons for this may be the collaborative operation of several, previously independent facilities (VEPP-2000, VEPP-4, and IC at the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences (BINP)), or the fact that new facilities use ready-made solutions that are already supported by specific CS frameworks. CXv4, the current version of the framework used at the Injection Complex of the BINP, was initially designed with modular architecture to make interoperation with other frameworks easier. Within the procedure of implementing modules of data access to EPICS and TANGO, a comparative analysis of these framework architectures is carried out.