C++ web services infrastructure released

Systinet has released the Web Applications and Services Platform (Wasp) Server for C++, a web services infrastructure platform...

Systinet has released the Web Applications and Services Platform (Wasp) Server for C++, a web services infrastructure platform for building and deploying web services in C and C++ applications.

The product supports the latest version of Soap and asynchronous web services. Version 1.2 of Soap features improvements such as better error handling and internationalisation, an upgraded processing model and alignment with the W3C web architecture.

Wasp server for C++ 4.6  interoperates with Microsoft's .net and Java-based web services.

Version 4.6 also features a security framework for customisation of security functionality and a Dynamic Invocation Interface (DII), enabling an application to invoke a service that was not known prior to runtime.

Wasp server for C++ 4.6 is available for free testing and deployment on single-CPU systems. Beyond that, pricing begins at $2,000 (£1,254) per CPU.

The company also released Wasp server for Java 4.6, which also featured Soap 1.2 support last month.

Paul Krill writes for InfoWorld

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