On 12/6/06, Jeff <cohen.jeff / gmail.com> wrote:
>
> ParappaYo wrote:
> > I'm trying to set up a sample project of a Ruby web service consumed by
> > a C# .NET client.  I know that lots of people have managed to use an
> > ASP .NET service from a Ruby client, but I am trying to do it the other
> > way around.  To keep things super simple, I'm just trying to get the
> > following web service to work:
> >
>
> I've always had mixed luck trying to do soap between Ruby and .NET.
> Why not publish a REST interface instead?  Those are easily consumed by
> .NET clients (I can post some sample code that uses a simple HttpClient
> object in .NET, if that woudl help).   The Soap garbage just gets in
> the way, in my very humble opinion :-)


He should really be using rails and actionwebservice, it makes this
much easier.  We have a fairly decent sized soap api based on
actionwebservice and a number of .NET clients accessing it without any
problems.  It also creates a WSDL for you which visual studio will use
without any complaints.