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From Kjetil Hustveit>
Subject Re: Can you recommend a non-java SOAP client toolkit?
Date Tue, 15 Jun 2004 11:32:06 GMT
It may not be very useful for you, but the webservices framework 
(client only) on Mac OS X 10.3 works very well with axis. And with 
Cocoa bindings you hardly have to write any code.

Kjetil Hustveit

På 15. jun. 2004 kl. 13.01 skrev NJ Rogers, Learning and Research 

> Hi
> We have produced (for a semantic web project) a prototype thesaurus 
> web service. It's written in java and uses Axis. We have written 
> sample java clients with which to test the service. We're finalising 
> and testing the service. The source code will become freely available 
> by the Autumn.
> But, in the interests of demonstrating interoperability in a 
> language-neutral context I'd like to find a non-java (esp. python, or, 
> failing that perl) client with which to test the service. Before I go 
> googling etc. can anyone recommend one? We have a commitment to 
> opensource & the most desirable client software would be able (as Axis 
> can) to handle the de/serialisation of complex objects in our WSDL 
> automatically. Perhaps I ask a lot :-)
> Thanks
> Nikki
> ----------------------
> NJ Rogers, Technical Researcher
> (Semantic Web Applications Developer)
> Institute for Learning and Research Technology (ILRT)
> Tel: +44(0)117 9287096 (Direct)
> Tel: +44(0)117 9287193 (Office)

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