WSDL is Web Services Description Language, and it presents the web services offered by an application in plain XML format. After that any application, running on any OS, written in any programming language can, simply, use these web services, like, say, a function in a DLL.
Thanks Elks. I will try that.
Sure, but the code is generated - it cannot be language independent.
Did you look at the samples? dimeclient.cpp in the samples/dime directory has some arrays that might be of some help.
Also, how did you call wsdl2h and soapcpp2? What exactly were the command lines and any errors which may have occurred? Are you using the latest version of gSOAP?
There's a Yahoo gSOAP group which is monitored by the author. You may want to look there as well.
Thank you Riches.
I will try those places, that, you suggested.
Actually, right now, even after initializing it properly, my web service request is failed.
I hope what you suggested, will, be more help to me.
This is version info:
wsdl2h version 1.2.91
soapcpp2 version 2.7.91
I used this command line while generating files with gSOAP:
wsdl2h -s -o fileName.h fileName.wsdl
soapcpp2 -Ic:\dev\gsoap-2.7\import fileName.h
I also checked the example that you suggested, it was simpler, than, what I am having problems with.
I will try Yahoo group for gSOAP as well.