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SOAP on Linux Redhat

SOAP on Linux Redhat


I have to make an application for a pc with ReadHat (probably the last version).
This application should communicate over a LAN with another application (not made by me) running on a windows pc, throught SOAP.

I would like to know:

- Is it possible? (hope it is)
- Which tools shall I use?
- Where can I find a documentation about how SOAP works and how to implement it in my application?

Thanks in advance

RE: SOAP on Linux Redhat

>>> - Is it possible? (hope it is)
>>> - Which tools shall I use?
Your choice, maybe Java (J2EE version) or .NET

>> - Where can I find a documentation about how SOAP works and how to implement it in my application?
 Java tutorial for web services (including SOAP) is at

RE: SOAP on Linux Redhat

Thankyou very much

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