Web Services - inserting a proxy?

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by Matt, Dec 20, 2005.

  1. Matt

    Matt Guest

    I have what seems like an interesting issue...

    We have some 3rd-Party enterprise PLM software here, which uses a web
    services interface to go between the GUI client and the server...

    I'm interested in putting some kind of proxy service between the client and
    the server (a secondary server application which could catch requests,
    inspect them, and pass them on to the actual web service)... I have limited
    ability to change the client application - so I probably have to replicate at
    least the names of the 5-6 services...

    Can anyone give me recommendations on how to approach this problem? I feel
    like I have to attack it higher in the stack than I'm currently working (I
    replicated one service, but I had to implement each webmethod individually -
    I'd like something higher level where I could just catch the SOAP request and
    forward it).

    Thanks in Advance,
    Matt
    Matt, Dec 20, 2005
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