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Special Edition Using SOAP by John Paul Mueller

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Introduction

Some of you might have assumed that everything we’ve talked about so far deals with some type of remote access. Actually, the examples in the previous chapter will work just fine in either a local or remote access scenario. You can use the previous examples equally well on a LAN and the Internet. Of course, many SOAP applications will emphasize remote access because that’s one of the main reasons to use SOAP.

This chapter will emphasize remote access utilities. These are smaller applications that you would normally use an application to perform locally. For example, we’ll look at a server status application in this chapter. Normally, you’d use an administrator utility, such as Microsoft Management Console, for gaining access to ...

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