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From Kjetil Hustveit ...@officeline.no>
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.

Regards
Kjetil Hustveit

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

> 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)
> Email:nikki.rogers@bristol.ac.uk
> Tel: +44(0)117 9287096 (Direct)
> Tel: +44(0)117 9287193 (Office)


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