[Mono-list] C# library on linux to create a simple standalone SOAP server/client

Todd Berman tberman@sevenl.net
Tue, 03 Feb 2004 12:43:01 -0500

Actually, it sounds like you want WSE2.

If they only need to send a one way message, and you can handle sending
it over tcp, there is a bare bones implementation in mono that will work
right now. (NOTE: use it at your own risk, cause it is buggy at best,
and really not even close to finished, not only that but it is a super
beta implementation of a beta library that will *absolutely* change when
it is released :) ). There is a simple standalone test in the
class/Microsoft.Web.Services/Test/standalone directory.


On Mon, 2004-02-02 at 23:57, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
> > Do we have a C# library on linux to implement a simple standalone SOAP
> > server and client? SOAPpy provides a simple way to do this in Python. 
> > 
> > I understand that creating web service using System.web.service class
> > is one option. But for our purpose we just need SOAP communication
> > between 2 components. We don't need to expose our methods to external
> > world, so creating a web service for the same seems to be heavy weight.
> Remoting with SOAP perhaps?
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