Dispatching requests in SOAP

Hi!

  1. I have built a small SOAP server and wonders and have a few
    questions. I included the code below if it is of interest!

  2. What is the best trick to get these requests spawned into new
    threads/processes so that the server will always be available? (if
    running as standalone server)

  3. Is the trick to have it to run in the web server?

  4. Is the web server thing accomplished by letting the script run as a
    CGI script?

This how I have done my SOAP server test:


require ‘server_dispatcher’
require ‘soap/rpc/standaloneServer’

class DeliveryService < SOAP::RPC::StandaloneServer
#will be run when an instance of this class is created
def on_init
obj = MyClass.new
add_method(obj, “find”, “array”)
end
end

class MyClass
def find(array)
return array.push(“extra”)
end
end

main prog:

require ‘delivery_service’

server = DeliveryService.new(“Test”,
http://rickthemick.com/DeliveryService”, “0.0.0.0”, 9090)
trap(‘INT’) {
server.shutdown
}

puts “Service started…”
server.start

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA1

Hi,

Rickard Sjostrom wrote:

  1. What is the best trick to get these requests spawned into new
    threads/processes so that the server will always be available? (if
    running as standalone server)

Standalone server creates threads for each request. Your sample ar
already doing that and the server should always be available.

  1. Is the trick to have it to run in the web server?

Standalone server does. In web server, creating threads/processes is
generally a task of web server (you don’t have to mind.)

  1. Is the web server thing accomplished by letting the script run as a
    CGI script?

With web server, yes. CGI or FCGI. See the blog [1] (not mine) for let
FCGI work though it’s in Japanese.
[1] http://idm.s9.xrea.com/ratio/2006/03/27/000401.html

Regards,
// NaHi
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.4.2.1 (Cygwin)

iQEVAwUBRNf/fR9L2jg5EEGlAQKnTwf/V86J437yf8579J5x1yqSdVfLTEmjdM1n
zdWsdqSm9Id2ek/Vxmlpa7CMYgortWxUvPZT2y0rKlyMkrg763UswKrhy29GuHkp
n908txdFpBZbvsNxrYoyg3diSQEG1ZGFfUQIkVcW25LhD5FeXGD8N1J9iV6eQ5pf
W+Tj6OVhRXZr6Pm0KuaxeqvAjhm6g5b3k8lsxk6ev+OJ06FOPYj2GnxnxEEHwfRu
ux+ErzvWBOUFZZuzA7a8E9LGKkE1CqbcRGGyGL1q0oTE6oe7KS5Nho99J+uARE5Q
wCNHHYuj1JLgMBo/yJzjmwxQABzHSR4tM0Fjql35wwses3A11dlDzA==
=Rxli
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

This forum is not affiliated to the Ruby language, Ruby on Rails framework, nor any Ruby applications discussed here.

| Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Remote Ruby Jobs