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little explorer sources published

André Guérard - 2011-06-17 08:24 - DPWS User Tools

In addition to the SVN access to the sources (that requires to be registered as a developper in the project), the sources of little explorer have been added to the binary distribution here: https://forge.soa4d.org/frs/?group_id=30

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Little explorer V 1.10 released

André Guérard - 2010-05-10 08:32 - DPWS User Tools

A new release of little explorer has been posted on the forge. This release is now linked with the version 2.3.1 of the dpws stack

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DPWS little explorer

André Guérard - 2010-01-18 08:09 - DPWS User Tools

The first version of the little explorer for windows has been released: It's a simple DPWS exploer for windows XP, with the same functionalities as the network explorer on Vista.

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Analysis and conceptions docs

ludovic mussier - 2009-12-09 15:21 - DPWS User Tools


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DPWS Builder as a Eclipse plug-in

Fabrice DEPEISSES - 2009-11-13 16:16 - DPWS User Tools

A Eclipse plug-in is currently under specification for providing same functionalities as the current DPWS Builder tool

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A new version of the DWS Builder in preparation

Fabrice DEPEISSES - 2009-10-14 08:12 - DPWS User Tools

A new version of the DPWS Builder is in preparation, a new feature in mind?, do not hesitate to post it to the tracker. we will consider it.

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DPWS Builder Tool Alpha release

ludovic mussier - 2009-10-14 08:11 - DPWS User Tools

The DPWS Builder tool is a prototype tool for software developers for designing and implementing DPWS capable device in the shortest possible time. This frees developers from the time consuming task of learning DPWS specification and DPWS stack API, and allows developers to focus instead on description of their device, their added value services and, on development of the service-level logic (the service implementation).

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