Watch, Follow, &
Connect with Us

For forums, blogs and more please visit our
Developer Tools Community.


ID: 16189, CREATING SIMPLE WEBSERVICE USING DELPHI 5 (PART2)

by LUBOMIR ROSENSTEIN Email: Anonymous


This is the second example how to create a simple web-service using Delphi5 and HTTP. XML is used for transferring data from client to the server.
Download Details
FTP  download also available
CDN Login Required to Download. (You will be redirected to the login page if you click on the Download Link)
To download this, you must have registered:
A free membership

For Delphi, Version 4.0  to 5.0 2066 downloads
Copyright: No significant restrictions


Size: 372,733 bytes
Updated on Thu, 24 May 2001 20:11:25 GMT
Originally uploaded on Tue, 22 May 2001 05:18:30 GMT
SHA1 Hash: A50CF95D5DFEB00F162FC440CC072CE9F645C81E
MD5 Hash: 46B004FD637BD10A7E771AA4D0CBAD4F

    Explore the files in this upload

Description
CREATING SIMPLE WEBSERVICE USING DELPHI 5 (PART2)
http://delphi3000.com/articles/article_2301.asp
Lubomir ROSENSTEIN, 22/05/2001
Lubomir_Rosenstein@ hotmail.com

This is the second example how to create a simple web-service using Delphi5 and HTTP. Here XML is used for transferring data from client to the server. The client produces and sends a very simple XML document with two values to the server to receive their sum. You have to compile the server first and to put the exe into your Inetpub directory. Change the client URL accordingly.
I use the MSXML.DLL library for XML parsing in the server, so you have to import this Microsoft library in Delphi first. More about the XML parser you can read in the Charlie Calvert's articles 'XML Parsing in Delphi'.
In client I use this time post method of the TNMHTTP component which is part of the FastNet suite, available in Delphi5. You can see how to use Microsoft Inet component in previous example or to try Indy.

   Latest Comments  View All Add New

Move mouse over comment to see the full text

Could not retrieve comments. Please try again later.

Server Response from: ETNACDC03