I never got PocketSOAP working and I was never able to get support from NSBasic.

I tried IPWorks.  It required registration and a license key and a serial 
number.  As a NSBasic user, I am supposedly entitled to a free copy of an 
ActiveX release for Pocket PC 2002.

So I have some SOAP code finally working with NSBasic, but every time you 
create a SOAP object, you get a dialog box saying:

"This application uses an evaluation version of IP*Works!.  You may test if for 
a period of 30 days as specified in the Licensing Agreement.  Further use 
requires a license.  For more information, please visit www.nsoftware.com"

I have tried add a colon (":") in my AddObject statement, and placing the 
license number after the colon.  I tried three different keys/licenses/etc that 
were provided by IP*Works, but none of them get rid of the box about the 
evaluation copy.

--- In nsbasic...@yahoogroups.com, "t2thecathp" <t2theca...@...> wrote:
> I found a good howto for making a SOAP server in Ruby on Rails here:
> http://benrobb.com/2007/01/30/howto-put-wsdl-on-rails/
> But I am having trouble getting PocketSOAP to even send out some packets, let 
> alone actually do something.  
> --- In nsbasic...@yahoogroups.com, "t2thecathp" <t2thecathp@> wrote:
> >
> > I need to write an app in Ruby on Rails that will act as a SOAP server.  I 
> > need to use PocketSOAP with NSBasic/CE to create an app that will be a 
> > SOAP-based client to the Ruby on Rails app.
> > 
> > PocketSOAP comes with an example program that grabs a stock quote, but the 
> > SOAP server used in the example is no longer online.  There is also eVB 
> > code on the PocketSOAP samples on the PocketSOAP website.  I used the 
> > NSBasic feature to convert eVB to NSBasic/CE code, but it still relies on 
> > the same underlying SOAP server that is no longer online.
> > 
> > Can anyone point me to documentation, How To's, a demo SOAP server that I 
> > can test against, or sample code?
> >

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