I would like a very well documented example of how to execute the methods of a .Net Soap Web service in C++ to be compiled and run on a linux server.
This is more to be a tutorial for myself in to C++ programming for Linux, something which I have been keen to get round to for some time.
The WDSL for the service is
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The second element of the sample would be to execute the "InboxService" method and store the returned values in to a MYSQL database.
ONCE AGAIN, THIS IS FOR ME TO LEARN FROM THE SOURCE, THEREFORE THE SAMPLE MUST BE VERY WELL DOCUMENTED.
Finally, I have access to VS 6 C++ as a compiler within Windows, I'd just need some advice as to the best way to compile for Linux.
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