New SOAP software releases
10:22, 15 Nov 2001 UTC | Edd Dumbill

Simon Fell has released a new version, 1.1, of pocketSOAP, his SOAP implementation for Win32 and WinCE platforms. The new version adds many new features, including section 5 support, a completely pluggable [de]serialization model, headers, correct handling of the root attribute, single pass streaming parsing and a HTTP transport with support for SSL, cookies, proxy servers, and authentication.

PocketSOAP is open source, licensed under the Mozilla Public License 1.1.

Systinet, formerly Idoox, have announced the release of WASP UDDI Standard Edition 3.0, a UDDI registry implementation compliant with the UDDI v2 API. For more information see our report of the beta release of this software. WASP UDDI is free for use in development or testing situations.

Systinet have also released their WASP Server Advanced Edition for Java. They write:

WASP Advanced 3.0 extends the WASP Server Lite Edition for Java 3.0 with unique features for enterprise Web Service development and deployment, including outstanding support for J2EE application servers, remote references and enhanced security.

Core features include SOAP, WSDL and XML Schema support and J2EE integration.

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