Idoox SOAP platform released for C++
17:47, 5 Sep 2001 UTC | Edd Dumbill

Idoox has released WASP (Web Applications and Services Platform) for C++1.0, the C++ SOAP framework, supporting Windows, Linux and Solaris platforms.

According to Idoox, WASP is compatible with the major SOAP implementations, including those from Apache and Microsoft. WASP's main features include:

  • SOAP 1.1 compliance
  • automated C++ stub/skeleton generation from the WSDL file
  • remote interface references
  • HTTP proxy support
  • standalone HTTP server binding
  • Windows (32 bit, CE/PocketPC), Linux and Sun Solaris support

Binary and source packages are available for download from the Idoox web site. Also available is WASP Advanced, which adds SSL support.

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