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Using SOAP and IBM MQ Series for Web Services in C

Dear friends

In order to implement C/C++ web services in our project , we have the choice between IBM MQ Series and  SOAP using commercial  Systinet C++ server for the deployment .
I have looked at the documentation available with the Systinet Server but all the code samples are in C++.
Can someone please guide me in the right direcion on achieving a web services in C using Systinet Server or IBM MQ series and which is more better in long run  also  few examples or any documentation would be perfect.

Thanks
Ronan


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bpmurrayCommented:
Well MQ is from IBM, the largest computer company on the planet, with a load of documentation that dwarfs anything anyone else has. So that means that it's better supported and documented. I've played with it a little but haven't done any WS.

Have a look at the redbooks (all downloadable as PDF) at http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/cgi-bin/searchsite.cgi?query=MQ

For example, this (http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg247012.html?Open) is really about .Net and MQ, but has a bunch of stuff on WS and SOAP, and this (http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg247163.html?Open) is about SOA which is ultimately WS.
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ronan_40060Author Commented:
bpmurray

Thank you for your information.
Im going through the mentioned sites.

Thanks for your time and help

ronan
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