SOAP on Android

by Sobert » Tue, 03 Nov 2009 06:26:02 GMT


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 Hi,

I work on an app, and I need to insert new lines on a remote database,
and getting an int from the server.

After a few research, I've found out that it won't be a good thing to
directly connect to the remote database, and I've find that it would
be better to use SOAP or REST.

For my needs (insert in a two-column table, and retrieving a count),
SOAP seems the more accurate choice.

I've then looked forward to script an SOAP web-service in php, and
wrote it. Now I try to access it via android.

I've find this : 



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