Re: SOAP and webservices
07 May '07 15:21
What Mike is referring to here is:
Using SBW we can create Web Services to all available SBW Modules. The NOM
is our Wrapper to libSBML, that makes SBML reading, as well as simple
modifications available to all SBW modules. As such the NOM provides a
simple querying API to the loaded SBML model.
This somehow does not quite sound like that would solve Yves question
though. That said, I'm definitely interested to hear more. (Though perhaps
this should be done off list, as it is not (strictly) an SBML issue.)
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> You might be interested in checking out the web services
> provided by the SBW group at sys-bio.org. I seem to recall
> there's an SBML interface in the form of a "network object
> model" (NOM).
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