Mono web services 

I managed to get web services up and running on my Mono machine. This proves it.

What I dislike about the current implementation is obvious:

  • There's no WSDL generator yet (can't use wsdl.exe or any other web services proxy generator tools)
  • There's no proxy class generator yet (wsdl.exe in our world)
  • URLs seem to be case sensitive

My install uses the latest Mono bits and a primitive web server (XSP), which hosts the Mono ASP.NET runtime.

I tested this stuff using WebServicesStudio, which can generate proxies and SOAP messages. I used .NET web service implementation to generate the proxy and then sent SOAP messages to Mono implementation.

All in all, I'm quite surprised. Mono's latest development advances are a huge step forward.

Categories:  Web Services
Sunday, August 3, 2003 2:29:18 PM (Central Europe Standard Time, UTC+01:00)  #    Comments


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