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From Vivian Zhou <>
Subject Re: axis2/c in c++ application
Date Fri, 08 Feb 2008 18:17:40 GMT
Hi Arseny,

I am NOT looking for tools to generate c-style stubs because my C++ application needs to be
able to access unlimitted number of web service providers. What I need is the capability (a
web service client engine with some simple and clean APIs) that allows my C++ code to make
a web service call and get reply using HTTP/SOAP protocol. In this case, my C++ code is basically
a webs ervice client.

By browsing the AXIS2/c stuff and mail archives, seems that it can satisfy my requirements.
I would like fellow developers to confirm that before I make a decision to use it.


----- Original Message ----
From: Arseny <>
To: Apache AXIS C User List <>
Sent: Friday, February 8, 2008 12:07:23 AM
Subject: Re: axis2/c in c++ application

AXIS2/C (in fact WSDL2C) generates C-style stubs, so I prefer the first 
revision of Axis with its C++ stubs.

Vivian Zhou wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have a c++ application that needs to call some web services. 
> Basically I will need to make soap/http calls, I am also looking 
> for easy/clear APIs to make these calls. It seems to me that AXIS2/c 
> is a good fix to me. Can you confirm with that? Are there any C++ 
> samples using AXIS2/c APIs available? I saw bunch of c samples in the 
> downloaded package.
> Thanks in avance.
> Vivi
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