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Special Edition Using SOAP by John Paul Mueller

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Updating the Computer Name Example

The Computer Name example first appeared in Chapter 9, “Moving to Web-Based Applications.” This is the two component example that relies on a server-side component to perform the work and a parsing component to provide a SOAP-friendly interface. You’ll also remember that this example plays on one of the advantages of the Microsoft SOAP Toolkit—the ability to handle complex redirections. The 4S4C product fails when you attempt to use it with this component combination.

As with the previous example, the code for the two components remains unchanged in this example. You’ll find the code for the server-side component in Listing 9.1. The processing component code appears in Listing 9.2. Make sure you test the application ...

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