I had success running my project that uses ZF 1.5.2 on top of Quercus,
as it is using PDO, and the Quercus support at that time (dunno know,
I'm not watching its progress) didn't implement some necessary things,
I did implement and so it worked fine.
Which version of ZF were you using? Share your basic test too, so we
can try to figure out what is happening.
On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 11:01 AM, Daniel López <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I'm doing some experiments with Quercus and one of the things I wanted
> to do is accessing an already existing web service written in Java. I
> also tried implementing the experiments using Zend Framework, even
> though that failed, first with a problem I solved by upgrading to 3.1.7
> and then with more problems I found no information about. I then tried
> to go back to the basics and use NuSoap and all I get when I use it is
> "server failed to send headers" and from the error trace, it seems it
> never reads any answer from the server ( I tried with public servers
> with WSDLs that work ) but I still have to verify if it is a problem
> with Quercus or my setup. As all I could find is that the simple 3 lines
> I wrote "should work" and they are quite basic... well, I'll check this
> weekend :).
> In any case, what's the status of Quercus regarding those subjects? Was
> anybody able to run the Zend framework under Quercus? Or develop some
> kind of Web Service client? The information is quite scarce and the
> documentation is not too thorough, specially the list of applications
> supported as the link simply goes to the documentation page ;).
> The forums (http://forum.caucho.com/) are kind of weird... how can one
> see the replies to the topics? Do I have to be registered for that?
> As a "newbie" in this topic, I have to say the information about the
> subject is spread and difficult to follow. There are different web sites
> with different styles, the wiki, the mailing lists, the forums...
> Daniel Lopez Janariz ([EMAIL PROTECTED])
> Web Services
> Centre for Information and Technology
> Balearic Islands University
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