Archive for October, 2004
If you need to test your webservices before they’re deployed, you needn’t build a client. To test your functions, simply create a TLinkedRio, and cast it to your interface. The TLinkedRio will also store the XML passed in files (for debugging) For instance, for a procedure named Yawn in an exposed Interface IICancelWait:
function TICancelWait.Yawn: [...]
I presented a paper at Borcon 2003, on Advanced web services. You can now see it online at http://www.agnisoft.com/white_papers/advancedws. Tell me what you think.
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When your web application is called (as an ISAPI, NSAPI or Apache module), the Application spawns a new thread for a request. Within the context of this thread, your main web module is create. When the request is handled and response is sent, the created instance is then: Freed, if you set Application.CacheConnections=False. (It’s [...]Posted by Deepak Shenoy on October 18th, 2004 under Uncategorized | Comment now »
Back after a break. It’s been quite a while since I wrote, so I’ll cut to the chase. Question on newsgroups: How do I set username/password for Basic Authentication on SOAP.
Issues: The HTTPRio.HTTPWebNode.UserName and .Password properties are used only in situations where theres a proxy. But let’s assume you wanted to use these for [...]
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