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PHP SOAP toolkits

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Ben
I am looking into deploying web services with PHP and would like to get on a
'good horse' to start. I am aware of NuSoap and PEAR:SOAP. Does anyone
have any experience, good and/or bad with the following packages?

Thanks,
Ben
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Den Fri, 17 Oct 2003 14:31:10 -0700. skrev Ben:
I am looking into deploying web services with PHP and would like to get on
a 'good horse' to start. I am aware of NuSoap and PEAR:SOAP. Does anyone
have any experience, good and/or bad with the following packages?

I have tried Pear::Soap; it works quite good. I have some exsamples you
can look at here: ftp://tomcat.edu.brock.dk/php/freedb.tar.gz
All the required packages can be downloaded here:
ftp://tomcat.edu.brock.dk/pear-soap
And precompiled packages of php4.3.2 for Redhat 7.3 and 9 and Debian
Unstable which have all required included for developing soap webservices,
can be found here: ftp://tomcat.edu.brock.dk/php4

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Hilsen/Sincerely, Michael Rasmussen

En windows admin er en person, for hvem den stÝrste bedrift er, at
lave konfiguration af serveren med trial and error via en gui.

Jul 17 '05 #2

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Ben
I went ahead and downloaded the latest version from the PEAR site. As it
turns out, Dietrich Ayala, who wrote NuSoap, is listed as the original
author of PEAR::SOAP!! Well, you could say it's one big happy family;-)

It does not look like NuSoap is actively maintained, but PEAR::SOAP is. So,
it makes sense to go with PEAR::SOAP.

Thanks for your quick input.

Ben

"Michael Rasmussen" <mi*@datanom.net> wrote in message
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Den Fri, 17 Oct 2003 14:31:10 -0700. skrev Ben:
I am looking into deploying web services with PHP and would like to get on a 'good horse' to start. I am aware of NuSoap and PEAR:SOAP. Does anyone have any experience, good and/or bad with the following packages?

I have tried Pear::Soap; it works quite good. I have some exsamples you
can look at here: ftp://tomcat.edu.brock.dk/php/freedb.tar.gz
All the required packages can be downloaded here:
ftp://tomcat.edu.brock.dk/pear-soap
And precompiled packages of php4.3.2 for Redhat 7.3 and 9 and Debian
Unstable which have all required included for developing soap webservices,
can be found here: ftp://tomcat.edu.brock.dk/php4

--
Hilsen/Sincerely, Michael Rasmussen

En windows admin er en person, for hvem den stÝrste bedrift er, at
lave konfiguration af serveren med trial and error via en gui.

Jul 17 '05 #3

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