Windows Web Services API Client code walkthrough on Windows 7

I decided to Dive into the WWSAPI Beta and see how I could call a simple HelloWorld Applications.  Here are my adventures: I installed Windows 7 in a HyperV VM and installed Visual Studio 2008 SP1. I downloaded the Windows 7 SDK and attached the .ISO image as the CD drive and installed it. I then ran the Windows SDK Configuration…

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Replace SOAP Toolkit and ATLServer Classes with the WWSAPI

SOAP Toolkit is out of support and the ATLServer Classes are not supported in VS 2008.  What to do for native C++ development? Check this out (Video): https://channel9.msdn.com/posts/yochay/Windows-Web-Services/ Download from: http://connect.microsoft.com/WNDP/content/content.aspx?ContentID=11205 I created a simple Walkthrough for this: http://blogs.msdn.com/jpsanders/archive/2009/03/24/windows-web-services-api-client-code-walkthrough-on-windows-7.aspx  

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Building with ATLServer based SOAP project with Visual Studio 2008

UPDATE: Replace ATLServer with WWSAPI! Windows Web Services API Client code walkthrough      When I tried to build an old ATLServer WebClient SOAP project I got these errors:   fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: ‘atlsrvres.h’: No such file or directory fatal error RC1015: cannot open include file ‘atlsrvres.h’   Download the latest ATLServer…

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ATLServer class CSoapSocketClientT cannot handle greater than 2048 bytes in response

UPDATE: Replace ATLServer with WWSAPI! Windows Web Services API Client code walkthrough  Using the following code: CoInitialize (NULL);CServiceT <CSoapSocketClientT<>> * myclient = new CServiceT<CSoapSocketClientT<>>; //socket client BSTR results;HRESULT hr = myclient->BigString(1024*32,&results);  The hr value was E_FAIL.   This is because the Socket Based class cannot handle a return buffer bigger than 2K. The solution is to…

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