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Thanks for your help. Sorry, I cant find any web service in your link. However when i searched i got:
Aren't these web services?
Web services that use markup languages
There are a number of web services that use markup languages:
Web Services Description Language (WSDL) from the W3C
XML Interface for Network Services (XINS) provides a POX-style Web service specification format
Web Services Conversation Language (WSCL)
Web Services Flow Language (WSFL) (superseded by BPEL)
Representational state transfer (REST) versus remote procedure call (RPC)
XML-RPC - XML - Remote Procedure Call
Thanks for your advice. I believe that Forums are also a great source of learning. Along with this google search can also provide valuable material. I bought 3 books for learning Web Services. First i tried to install it on Windows but it didnt work but then i was able to install it on Fedora. But I cant run any program. You know learning in programming context starts when you are able to run the 1st program. I am still not able to succeed in this. That's why i have posted on this forum.
First i tried to install it on Windows but it didnt work
then i was able to install it on Fedora
and finally this
But I cant run any program.
are not informative and give us no clue about what you did and how your system responded to your actions. If you can tell us what web service program you installed on Fedora and how you installed it. If you can tell us what commands you used to run the program what error messages those commands caused, then someone might have an idea about what your problem is and how to solve it. As things stand now, it remains a complete mystery.
Thanks. Please tell me what other information you need in this particular thread. I have shown you the code, the command which i used to compile and the error which is generated. Kindly guide me what else you need in this regard.