Hi,

what a warm welcome! Thanks people ...

I used to spend most of my time programming Win32, but recently iSeries
has taken most of my time.

Me too, I use C/C++ for socket communications programs on iSeries,
although simple database operations are not much of a hassle thanks
to the GENCSRC tool. I saw in the mailing list archive that some of you
have
used this too..

I just love the way C/C++ is source code portable between
platforms, if you're a bit carefull.. I've got code I use on iSeries,
Linux,
Win32, AIX without having to change much, if anything. Now I finally have a
decent C++ compiler on iSeries, I truly appreciate the ease & power of the
Standard Template Library.

Has anyone here used SOAP in their sockets communications in C/C++ on
iSeries?
Or would you say that trying to do it in C/C++ is a waste of time since
there's
already lots of SOAP written in java?  I've tried the gSOAP library
(http://www.cs.fsu.edu/~engelen/soap.html)
on Win32 and Linux .. but it fails on iSeries because of the EBCDIC/ASCII
difference.
I've been thinking the ASCII runtime could help me out there.. that's what
I'm
currently trying to do. Has anyone used this ASCII runtime before?


Kind regards,
Jan





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