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From Jason Wells <ja...@semanticresearch.com>
Subject Re: interopability?
Date Fri, 28 Jun 2002 19:12:28 GMT

I can speak to the .NET part of your question... to prove out platform 
neutrality, I had a coworker write a very simple .NET client that made 
an RPC call against my Apache SOAP service. It worked fine. The only 
complaint he had was that if I had provided a WSDL description of the 
service, it would have been ridiculously easy, rather than pretty easy. 
His client was implemented entirely in 46 lines of VBScript.


On Friday, June 28, 2002, at 12:04  PM, Nick Wesselman wrote:

> I have a number of disparate applications in several languages that 
> we'd like to unite using XML RPC. I'd like to implement it using Apache 
> SOAP, but I'm wondering about compatibility issues, particularly with 
> the xsi:type issues I've read about.
> Does anyone know how well Apache SOAP currently works with the 
> following?
> .NET Framework SOAP libs
> ColdFusion MX web services support
> NuSOAP PHP libs
> Obviously Java is covered by Apache SOAP itself.
> If Apache SOAP isn't a good solution for such diverse needs, can 
> someone suggest a better one?
> Thanks,
> Nick Wesselman
> Digital Visions, Inc.
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