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laks subramanian
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Hi,
I have a couple of questions. Correct me if my question is wrong. I have a file that has been made made into soap deployable format( what extension does that file have?). I used cold fusion for doing that. Now i have to load that file into a webserver thats located remote. my question is shud i have something called soap sever inorder to enable the client access it. In that case can you sujjest any easy to configure server and if possible procedure to configure the server and how to make the client access it. I am sorry if my question is not coherent.
thanks
 
william kane
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Originally posted by laks subramanian:
Hi,
I have a couple of questions. Correct me if my question is wrong. I have a file that has been made made into soap deployable format( what extension does that file have?).
IF this means you have written a soap service, the extension depends on the server that u use to deply it.
I used cold fusion for doing that. Now i have to load that file into a webserver thats located remote. my question is shud i have something called soap sever inorder to enable the client access it.
yes to deploy your soap service you need a soap server.
In that case can you sujjest any easy to configure server and if possible procedure to configure the server and how to make the client access it.
try apache soap its easily installable.
I am sorry if my question is not coherent.
thanks
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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