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Sanjay Mishra
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Hi,
1. I have an application which is written in 'C'. How can I web
service enable that? Do I have to write a java program where I should
call the 'C' routines, I want to web service enable?
I have seen in WSAD that EJB/Java bean etc can be published as web
service. How can I publish my 'C' application as web service the same
way I publish my 'Java Bean'?
2. What is the basic difference between SOAP 1.1 and SOAP 1.2? Is
Apache axis is very different from SOAP 1.2?
 
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Originally posted by Sanjay Mishra:

1. I have an application which is written in 'C'. How can I web service enable that?

Take a look at an open-source project called gSOAP. You won't have any IDE integration, though.

Originally posted by Sanjay Mishra:

2. What is the basic difference between SOAP 1.1 and SOAP 1.2? Is
Apache axis is very different from SOAP 1.2?

Apache Axis is a product implementing the SOAP specification, thus you can't really say "how different" Axis is from SOAP 1.2. As far as I know, Axis doesn't implement all of the SOAP 1.2 spec just yet.
You can learn about the differences between SOAP 1.1 and 1.2 here.
 
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