Release Candidate of Windows Web Services API for Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008

Updated on 10/01/2009 – This version is not available anymore. Windows Web Services API Release Candidate is now available for Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008. The table below summarizes level of Service Packs and CPU architectures supported by the Release Candidate:  Windows Version Service Pack x86 x64 ia64 Windows…

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Follow up from building web services in native C/C++ code session at TechEd 2009

Thanks everyone for attending the session on building web services in C++ code during TechEd 2009! I greatly appreciate all your questions, comments and suggestions. Please fill out the evaluation of this session if you have done this yet. To evaluate this session, open Session List page, search for DTL311 session. Once the search finds…

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How to use tracing with the RC version of Windows Web Services

Tracing in Windows Web Services uses Event Tracing to let you know about what happens inside the WWS runtime after your code calls into the API. Tracing is available on all versions of Windows we support (XP, Vista, 2003, 2008 and 7). In case of Windows 7, once you install Windows 7 Release Candidate and…

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Release Candidate version of Windows Web Services in Windows 7 RC

You have probably already noticed that Windows 7 Release Candidate became available earlier this week. To continue using Windows Web Services on Windows 7 Release Candidate, you need to download Windows SDK for Windows 7 RC. It is available in ISO and Web Setup format.  Web setup allows you to install a specific subset of…

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