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Tracing/Debugging/Testing Win32 Web Services

Author: Bob Swart
Posted: 7/18/2007 4:53:28 PM (GMT+1)

Attend the CodeGear Europe Web Seminar Thursday morning for my session on Tracing/Debugging/Testing Win32 Web Services.

In this session, I'll demonstrate how to use Delphi 2007 to write code to debug, trace, and test Win32 Web Service engines as well as clients. Among the techniques that will be demonstrated are the Web App Debugger, the OnBefore and OnAfterExecute events of the THTTPRio, as well as the OnBefore and OnAfterDispatch events of the THTTPSoapPascalInvoker, and finally the use of DUnit for (unit) testing Web Service engines.

You can already view or download the slides from my site.


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Michael Averbukh 07/07/19 11:34:11Good subject! What about incompatibility in WSDL style/use (RPC encoded, RPC literal, Document encoded, Document literal) ? We still can write only RPC web-services for Win32 and still only Document literal web-services for .NET ?

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