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From "Stadelmann Josef" <>
Subject AW: WinCE C/C++(unmanaged) client of Axis2/C WS
Date Tue, 09 Nov 2010 16:48:23 GMT
Axis2/C has done great to use an ANSI C Compiler and develop Axis2/C as
ANSI/C Code where ever possible.

The Platform specific things for Windows are very narrow. Look at this
sources first.


I had no troubles to port Axis2/C (at V1.4) to my OpenVMS System using
the HP C Compiler which is ANSI C compliant.


I would suggest to look at the Windows platform specific things of

and if you have an ANSI/C Compiler on Windows CE and know a bit about C

then you should be well able to compile and later link the Axis2/C code.


But start with the platform specific things first. Study and Compile and
Link them and you will find fast if there are .H, .DLL or .LIB files


But any-one with real Windows CE experience shall override what I am
saying here.








Von: Bojan Komazec [] 
Gesendet: Dienstag, 9. November 2010 16:59
Betreff: WinCE C/C++(unmanaged) client of Axis2/C WS


Hello everyone,


Can Axis2/C client be deployed on Windows CE? FAQ
( is not clear about
that - it only states that Axis2/C works on "Microsoft Windows"
platform, without mentioning particular OS versions. Information
provided here is not complete. 


In case Axis2/C is not supported for Windows CE, what technologies could
be used to build Axis2/C client in unmanaged C++ on that platform?





   Bojan Komazec




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