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gSOAP Examples

This page gives only a small selection of gSOAP server and client examples. Many more examples can be found in the gSOAP download package. Examples in the download package include a stand-alone Web server, a router application, an example UDDI application, example WS-Security server and client, example SSL server and client, examples of SOAP with attachments (SwA, MTOM, DIME), an example XML-RPC client (with a generic XML-RPC API), a SOAP-over-UDP example, an RSS example, and more.

Example 1: Delayed Stock Quotes

This example shows you how to create a client that will interact with Xmethod's Delayed Stock Quote Service to provide you with up to date information on your choice of stock.

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Example 2: Calculator

This example shows you how to create a client that will interact with XMLcomponents' Calc service to provide you with a simple calculator. This example demonstrates the invocation of multiple methods by one client.

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Example 3: Service Listing

This example shows you how to create a client that will interact with Xmethod's Service Listing service to provide you with a list of SOAP services provided through Xmethod. This example demonstrates the use of dynamic arrays.

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See the example client run to produce a recent Service Listing.

Example 4: Currency Exchange Rate

This example shows you how to create a client that will interact with Xmethod's Currency Exchange Rate service to provide you with up to date information on the exchange rates between countries.

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Example 5: Building a SOAP Service: Magic Squares Service

This example shows you how to create a "magic square" service in C++.

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Example 6: Magic Squares Client

This example shows you how to create a client for the "magic square" service in C++.

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See the example client run.

Example 7: Glossary Client

This example shows you how to create a client for the Glossary service in C++.

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Example 8: Polymorphic Object Exchange (Client and Service)

This example shows you how to exchange polymorphic objects between a client and service. This is a unique feature of the SOAP C/C++ stub and skeleton compiler.

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Example 9: Linear Systems Solver Service

This example shows you how to create a linear systems solver Web service. An example demonstration client code is given as well. The service uses dynamic arrays for vectors and matrices. Vectors and matrices are exchanged in SOAP as partially transmitted arrays of double. This supports a simple form of matrix sparsity (however, the linear systems solver algorithm is a dense matrix solver). The service returns partially transmitted arrays by eliminating initial and trailing zeros in vectors and matrices.

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Example 10: Google Web API

This example client provides a Google Web API which enables gSOAP applications to run Google search queries, get cached pages, and perform spelling checking.

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Example 11: Remote Object Factory

This example gSOAP server provides a platform-independent remote object factory and simple ORB.

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Example 12: Test Client for Factory Server

This example gSOAP client defines proxy classes for the remote object factory server.

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