[Mono-devel-list] .NET Web services in Perl?

Vsevolod (Simon) Ilyushchenko simonf at cshl.edu
Thu Aug 12 17:29:07 EDT 2004

Ah, that makes sense. What should I use on the server to listen for the 
requests? Mod_mono and xsp?

However, ideally I'd like to do it completely without C# by having Perl 
code listening for requests and calling Perl modules. If I wanted to 
duplicate web services infrastructure in Perl, what C# classes should I 


Rafael Teixeira wrote:
> So what do you want to do is to publish some Web Services written in
> Perl to being consumed from a .NET client (That is the current
> official wording for such a thing).
> As long as you present good WSDL, it should have no problem, unless
> your client wants support for newer features like WS-Security that may
> not be available in your Perl modules, and may be hard to write code
> to support correctly.
> Write your services, describe them in wsdl, and use mono's wsdl tool
> to generate the proxy classes in C# that correctly call your services,
> and can be used by the client code.

Simon (Vsevolod ILyushchenko)   simonf at cshl.edu

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