Re: Accessing webservices from C++



Will this work with Visual Studio 6.0 or do you need to be running Visual
Studio 2003?

Regards,

Rob


"Nishant Sivakumar" wrote:

> You don't need to write a .NET DLL. Look up sproxy.exe on MSDN. You can
> smoothly consume a web service from native VC++ :-)
>
> --
> Regards,
> Nish [VC++ MVP]
>
>
> "Rob C" <RobC@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> news:4753DF8A-9004-44F5-B5E7-77C75BF4B065@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > We have a client/server application that is written in VC++/MFC. We are
> > trying to integrate with a 3rd party product that exposes its data through
> > a
> > web service. I am trying to figure out the best way to approach this. It
> > seems like .NET provides the greatest support for accessing web services
> > but
> > I am not sure of the work involved in writing a .NET DLL to do this that
> > Io
> > can easily then call from my C++ code. i have been reading up on the Soap
> > Toolkit but it looks like Microsoft has pulled its mainstream support on
> > it
> > due to .NET support.
> >
> > Our application needs to pass data to the webservice (e.g., to add a new
> > patient to their database) as well as request data from the service (an
> > "array" of data for clinical observations made on a a patient within a
> > certain date range).
> >
> > I would appreciate any insight to how best approach this or
> > examples/samples
> > of how this can be done. I have not done much work recently in the web
> > space
> > and alot of this is new to me. i have written C#.net code for the
> > PocketPC
> > so I am familiar with some of the framework already.
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > -Rob
>
>
>
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