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Special Edition Using SOAP by John Paul Mueller

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Updating the Complex Type Example

The Complex Type Example first appeared in Chapter 8. Remember that this is the example that relies on 4S4C for the server-side component and pocketSOAP for the desktop. The main reason for using third-party products is that the Microsoft SOAP Toolkit doesn’t provide the required support. In this case, we’re defining a complex string type that resembles a Pascal string in that it has both a string part and a length part.

The following sections provide you with a detailed look at the client code and a summary of some differences you should note between desktop and PDA code. We’ll also discuss some important issues during application testing, such as sources of connectivity problems when working with a PDA. This ...

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