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Special Edition Using SOAP by John Paul Mueller

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Creating the Server-Side Component

This section of the chapter looks at the issues surrounding server-side components used for database management. In some cases, you’ll find that the components you use for a SOAP application are precisely the same components that you used for other applications created for DCOM or CORBA. In other cases, you’ll find that you need to create new components to handle data conversion or other issues that you might not have when working with binary technologies.

We’ll also build a test component in this section. This component will interface directly with the database, but won’t interface with the SOAP application. In fact, you’ll find a DCOM application that can also interact with the database in the source code ...

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