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From Roshan Weerasuriya <ros...@opensource.lk>
Subject Re: request for info on axis c++
Date Wed, 10 Mar 2004 11:06:15 GMT
hi,

 >Standalone services (without webserver)

Axis C++ has a Standalone Server built in with it. The Standalone  server 
code is not upto-date with the latest Transport Design changes. I will 
check on this and bring it to working order.

rgds,
Roshan

At 10:05 AM 3/10/2004 +0600, you wrote:
>Hi Istvan,
>
> > we are looking for a complete C++ environment (client/server libraries + =
> > code generator) for SOAP based projects. I'm still not very familiar =
> > with Axis C++, but after reading the documentations, I've found that two =
> > features seems to be missing from Axis C++ that would be crucial for us:
> > - Standalone services (without webserver)
>
>There is a standalone server but we haven't been focusing on it much
>because there wasn't much interest (except for debugging). Can you
>folks help with it?
>
> > - Port to SymbianOS
>
>Not done because of no access to SymbianOS. As always patches will
>be greatly appreciated ..
>
> > Do you have plans to support these features in the near future? If not, =
> > how much efforts you think their implementation would require from a =
> > third party?
>
>As I said the first one exists already in a working form. (Roshan, can
>you commment on its status please?)
>
>I have zero knowledge of SymbianOS .. is it POSIX compliant?? If so it
>should be relatively easy (or it *must* be relatively easy and we need
>to improve the codebase until it is!). Do you need the dynamic loadable
>handler stuff? If not that'll make things easier too.
>
>Sanjiva.




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