SOAP/TCP interoperability with Metro and Noemax's SOAP/TCP transport for WCF

The specification of SOAP/TCP that is implemented in Metro is now available under Sun's non-assertion covenant.

Noemax implemented SOAP/TCP as specified and have recently announced the SOAP/TCP transport for Microsoft's Windows Communication Foundation.

Metro-based clients and services are now interoperable with WCF-based clients and services when using SOAP/TCP to communicate efficiently.

Comments:

I am looking for a sample source code with Metro for using SOAP over TCP (both client and server). I could not locate any. Can you please guide me to one if you know and give me some idea on how to use Metro to make SOAP web service work over TCP.

Posted by Madhu on June 23, 2008 at 02:07 PM CEST #

Looks like there is an oversight on out part for the SOAP/TCP documentation.

In the meantime, enabling SOAP/TCP is done in NetBeans via:

- create a web service
- right click on the web service
- select "Edit Web Service Attributes"
- select "Allow TCP Transport"
- click "OK"

Hope this helps,
Paul.

Posted by Paul Sandoz on June 25, 2008 at 02:11 AM CEST #

Hi, using WSIT, you don't need to change any source code part in order to use SOAP/TCP transport. All changes should be applied in the WSIT policy configuration files [1]. Or, the easiest way to switch to the SOAP/TCP, is to use Netbeans WSIT plugin [2].
Hope this will help.

[1] http://blogs.sun.com/oleksiys/entry/how_to_make_web_service
[2] http://blogs.sun.com/oleksiys/entry/soap_tcp_support_in_netbeans

Posted by oleksiys on June 25, 2008 at 05:16 AM CEST #

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