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VC++ Client accessing Java Web Service

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I have created a VC++ Client in Visual Studio 6.0 which is accessing the Java Web Service. I have generated the proxy file using GSOAP 2.6 Toolkit and I am able to access the functions of the Web Service (API). But I am getting some linking errors when I build the project. Can some one please let me know the reason for it and how to resolve these errors??

A brief log is attached with the post.

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Mar 17 '06 #1
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Unresolved externals are symbols (either data names or function names) that are being referenced in one section of the code for which no definition exists anywhere in the code.

For instance this will generate an unresolved external error on TestFunction and TestData.

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  1. extern int TestData;
  2. extern void TestFunction( int );
  4. void main( int argc, char *argv[] )
  5. {
  6.     TestData = 5;
  7.     TestFunction( TestData );
  8. }
You have so many unresolved externals that I would guess that you and missed 1 or more modules or libraries from the link stage.
Mar 18 '06 #2

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