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I have a general question.
I made an application that includes the integration of PHP and Java,
now i have to make an APPLICATION SERVER in C++... im not really a C++ programmer and i actually have very little to no idea of how to do this...could someone please help me out with a few hints of what to do or where to start...
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I'd start out at http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/winsock/winsock/finished_server_and_client_code.asp ("Complete Server and Client Code") which illustrates how a client and server work together over TCP/IP. It might be helpful if you could be a bit more specific about what you are going to do.
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basically im making a website to interact with a database (in short terms)...somethign like a regualr website where u can place orders on items and so fourth...simple php/java stuff nothign too complicated...except that it has to be hosted on an application server which has to be in C++...
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