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From Frank Zhou <fcho...@yahoo.com>
Subject Is AXIS2/C what I need?
Date Mon, 20 Aug 2007 23:17:06 GMT
Hi All,

I am trying to build a web service application in c++,
and now investigate to see if AXIS2/c can satisfy my
needs. Specifically, I have the following
requirements:

(1) The library supports common web services standards
 like SOAP/HTTP/WSDL et cetera. I will use it to build
 a web service client application (web service
 consumer).

(2) It should provides a rich set of APIs for me to 
 traverse through a WSDL and make SOAP/HTTP calls. In
 particular, I need a WSDL parser so that I can parse
a
 WSDL (given the WSDL file or the URL)to get the
 definitions. I DO NOT NEED TO CONVERT THE WSDL TO
 C++ code, just need to parse a WSDL to get the 
 definitions, later on I will traverse the parsed
 objects to get the services, operations, messages
 and types (XML schemas) et cetera to build my only
 datastore for a given WSDL. This way I can
 dynamically handle different WSDLs in my application
 without generating the c++ code stubs every time.

(3) The library is in c++ and available for
multi-platforms, like windows, linux and unix et
cetera.

Please let me know if AXIS2/c is a good choice to me.
and how it is compared to gSOAP?

Thanks very much.
Frank



       
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