[1/4] from: gchiu::compkarori::co::nz at: 14-Jun-2001 21:44
I've put up a Shakespearean insult generator that uses SOAP to grab the insult. User interface and graphics "borrowed" from Allen Kamp :-) http://www.compkarori.co.nz/reb/insult.r Unfortunately, I've had no luck in getting SOAP working on other than port 80. Other ports just time out. Maarten? -- Graham Chiu
[2/4] from: koopmans:itr:ing:nl at: 14-Jun-2001 12:47
I think other ports depend on the web server? Most of SOAP runs over HTTP, and most of that is accessible only via port 80. Have you looked at SOAP implementations you can reach? Perhaps it looks like a port 80 problem, but: - Is it a specific web server that returns succes (i.e. Apache) - A specific implementation of SOAP (i.e. Perl, ApacheSOAP, ..) - ... Basicaaly, I have no clue either ;-) --Maarten On Thursday 14 June 2001 11:44, you wrote:
[3/4] from: phil:harris:zope at: 14-Jun-2001 12:07
Soap, as Maarten says, runs over HTTP. Since most HTTP servers use port 80 to do their serving then SOAP will use the same port. With some servers though, you can separate the HTTP and SOAP ports and run them on whatever port you like. This also means that you can have different authentication schemes etc. for them. SOAP can run on *any* port you take a fancy to. hth Phil
[4/4] from: gchiu:compkarori at: 14-Jun-2001 23:30
On Thu, 14 Jun 2001 12:07:24 +0100 "Phil Harris" <[phil--harris--zope--co--uk]> wrote:
> Soap, as Maarten says, runs over HTTP. > Since most HTTP servers use port 80 to do their serving
<<quoted lines omitted: 3>>> SOAP ports and run > them on whatever port you like.
I've looked at the SOAP services at xmethods.com. Most of them run at 80, but others run at 82, and 83 etc. All the ones I've tried at 80 have worked. At other ports I've had no luck. Eg: http://sal006.salnetwork.com:82/bin/converter.cgi I appear to be opening a port at 82, but it just times out. I guess I need to serve my request via a proxy to see what I'm really sending. Since I don't even get a server error back, it's probable I'm not opening the port :-( -- Graham Chiu
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