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From "Xiong, Zhikang" <>
Subject RE: Problem in C++ interaction to java webservice over SSL
Date Mon, 10 Jul 2006 18:24:02 GMT
Thanks for the clarification. I think I have to use the wsdl2h tool to import the WSDLs, so
I have to get a copy of commercial license. How can I get that? Is there any charge for it?


From: Robert van Engelen []
Sent: Sun 6/18/2006 12:15 PM
To: Apache AXIS C User List
Subject: Re: Problem in C++ interaction to java webservice over SSL

> Be careful of gSOAP's license because gSOAP uses three licenses: GPL,
> gSOAP public license and commercial license. (You mentioned
> "production environment", and AFAIK GPL is not friendly for
> "production environment".)

A small correction is in order here:

The gSOAP software is offered with a CHOICE of licenses. The GPL
license is provided to allow gSOAP to be used with GPL projects. The
gSOAP public license allows any use, but the wsdl2h WSDL importer is
not covered. The commercial license covers products that require the
commercialized parts of the software, such as the wsdl2h importer.

Because the gSOAP software does not include third-party GPL
contributions, the software is available under commercial license terms
and you get the same software that you want for commercial use without
the unfriendly GPL issues.

Even better, you can evaluate the software (all open source) and then
decide if it meets your expectations and then decide which license to

Best Regards,

Robert van Engelen

>> From: "Xiong, Zhikang" <>
>> Reply-To: "Apache AXIS C User List" <>
>> To: <>
>> Subject: RE: Problem in C++ interaction to java webservice over SSL
>> Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2006 17:14:53 -0500
>> I just changed my program to use Axis-C 1.5 (it was 1.6b before), and
>> it stopped working! I then did a search and found this is a bug in
>> 1.5 for SSL web service, someone found it and already had a fix for
>> it:
>> Apparently, this fix has been included in 1.6b, but we can't use it
>> in production environment since it's a beta release.
>> Does anyone know when Axis-C 1.6 will be released? If I can't wait
>> for that, I probably need to try another toolkit (like gSoap).
>> Thanks,
>> Jude
>> ________________________________
>> From: Xiong, Zhikang
>> Sent: Tue 6/13/2006 10:59 AM
>> To:;
>> Subject: RE: Problem in C++ interaction to java webservice over SSL
>> I don't know what caused the problem but for your information, I was
>> able to call a secured Java web service (hosted by a websphere
>> server) by using the Axis-C 1.6b version. I didn't import or set up
>> any certificate (but I did import the cert when working on a Java
>> client program accessing the same web service). I'm sure that I
>> didn't use the gskit neither.
>> I'm not sure if the problem is related to certificate, but if so,
>> shouldn't the error message be something like "Not trusted
>> server..."?
>> Thanks,
>> Jude
>> ________________________________
>> From: []
>> Sent: Thu 6/8/2006 8:13 PM
>> To:
>> Subject: Problem in C++ interaction to java webservice over SSL
>> Iam having a problem using Axis CPP client interacting
>> with a Java web service.I am getting "Not found" error
>> when I call my Java web service(websphere environment)
>> from C++ client(axis C++ toolkit) over https, it works
>> without any problem using the Http. I am wondering if
>> it is related to SSL certificates. What value should
>> be in the Secureinfo parameter in the axiscpp.conf? I
>> converted my server certificate to OpenSSL format and
>> entered the filename in the OpenSSL format to my
>> openSSL.cnf. Will the value for the certificate be
>> taken from axiscpp.conf or the SecureInfo parameter in
>> the axiscpp.conf. I have AXIS_DEPLOY and
>> Channel_HTTP_SSL parameter set correctly and HTTP
>> secure dll loads without any problem. I have the
>> latest version of Axis(1.5).I also saw a mention of
>> gskit as a prerequisite for C++ web client in the ibm
>> site.Is gskit a prerequisite for Axis C++ client, when
>> i needs to interact with a webservice in a secure
>> webserver(https)?
>> Any info will be highly appreciated.
>> Thanks
>> Santosh.
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