n_prasath_002 | 11 Jul 10:31 2011
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XMLRPC to SOAP

Hi
I have a situation where i want to access a SOAP web service using an XMLRPC client. How do i convert an
incoming XMLRPC request to SOAP.
Can you point me to any resources?

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FGM at GMail | 11 Jul 10:41 2011
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Re: XMLRPC to SOAP

I would say your best (simplest) bet is to implement a proxy server: handle
the incoming request, convert to the parameters expected by your soap
service, invoke it, and return its results.

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n_prasath_002 | 11 Jul 11:16 2011
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Re: XMLRPC to SOAP


How do i perform an xmlrpc to SOAP conversion. Is there any libraries for that?
--- In xml-rpc <at> yahoogroups.com, FGM at GMail <fgmarand <at> ...> wrote:
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> I would say your best (simplest) bet is to implement a proxy server: handle
> the incoming request, convert to the parameters expected by your soap
> service, invoke it, and return its results.
> 
> 
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zhaosongapply@yahoo.cn | 11 Jul 22:17 2011
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Communication between php and c++ using xml-rpc

Hi, I write a back end c++ algorithm and want php to pass the c++ function parameters and then get the result.
Can this be fulfilled using xml-rpc, a client side php and a server side c++? Thanks.

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FGM at GMail | 11 Jul 23:16 2011
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Re: Communication between php and c++ using xml-rpc

Yes it can: the wire representation is independent of the language used on
either side.

2011/7/11 zhaosongapply <at> yahoo.cn <zhaosongapply <at> yahoo.cn>

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> Hi, I write a back end c++ algorithm and want php to pass the c++ function
> parameters and then get the result. Can this be fulfilled using xml-rpc, a
> client side php and a server side c++? Thanks.
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Lonnie Mkhize | 11 Jul 23:24 2011
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Re: Communication between php and c++ using xml-rpc

The function that xml-rpc would have to be written in C++ and then an XML-RPC file would be created with the
function defined in your C++ code. If you have an IDE like Eclipse or RAD IDE it creates for the XML-RPC file
and you have to read the file and make all your service methods are created. Then the client in this case PhP
care has to configured to use the service. 
 
I hope this answers your questions.
 
 
Thanks
 
Lonnie Mkhize

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Hi, I write a back end c++ algorithm and want php to pass the c++ function parameters and then get the result.
Can this be fulfilled using xml-rpc, a client side php and a server side c++? Thanks.

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