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From "Arshad Ahamad" <ars...@in.effectsoft.com>
Subject Re: axis c++ and java client
Date Fri, 20 Jan 2006 11:21:07 GMT
Hi Murphy, 

    can u give me some other proper ideas, in which I can use axis c++ 
webservices by java client. 


thanks and regards
Arshad Ahamad 


Duane Murphy writes: 

> I recently played with the code from SAS. The code is badly broken for
> messages blocks that aren't arranged exactly correct. The code expects
> messages to come in either a whole block of data or at least large
> blocks of data.  
> 
> For example, I tried telneting to SAS and typing in the requests and it
> completely failed. 
> 
> You should not be using SAS for anything but the most basic of testing.
> It is not a production server by any means. 
> 
>  ...Duane 
> 
> --- At Thu, 19 Jan 2006 16:00:25 +0000, Samisa Abeysinghe wrote: 
> 
>>Hi Arshad,
>>    It has been some time after I last visited the code. My gut feel is 
>>that there are some socket based problems in the simple axis server.
>>    You would have to look into the source code of simple axis server to 
>>figure out the problems.  Basically look into the places where it writes 
>>the result to the socket and also look if "\r\n" are in place correctly, 
>>especilly at the end of the SOAP message.
>>Thanks,
>>Samisa... 
>>
>>Arshad Ahamad wrote: 
>>
>>> Hi Samisa ,
>>>     I have configured Axic C++ without using Apache,SimpleAxisServer 
>>> and simple webservices(like calculator).
>>> These things are working fine and I am able to create other 
>>> webservices and deploye on SimpleAxisServer and they are also
>>> working fine.
>>>     Now  I wants to access these webservices by the java client. what 
>>> changes I will make in SimpleAxisServer so the
>>> java client use these webservices. Plese give me proper idea to do this. 
>>>
>>>
>>> thanks and regards
>>> Arshad Ahamad 
>>>
>> 
>>
> 
>  ...Duane 
> 

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