VA Smalltalk Google Web Service Service Client and Server Simulator Example 
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 VA Smalltalk Google Web Service Service Client and Server Simulator Example

As an educational exercise I have implemented in IBM Visual Age  Smalltalk
both the client and server side of  the web services definition published by
Google. The Smalltalk server side simulates the Google web service. The
client can either talk to the Google service or a Smalltalk server that
simulates the Google service.

The server simulator illustrates the techniques of packaging in an IC based
XD image under Windows NT. I have extended some of the infrastructure that
deals with servlets to deploy web services and bootstrap the server using an
XML configuration file.

I have posted a zip file google.zip to the files section of the Yahoo Vast
Webservices Newsgroup. ( http://www.*-*-*.com/ )

The source code and detailed explanation is supplied as a library in the
import directory.

Peter Lawson
Lawson Consulting Ltd.
Cambridge UK
www.lawsonas.demon.co.uk



Fri, 01 Jul 2005 20:13:41 GMT  
 
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