We want to write c++ client to invoke adobe life cycle webservice. I have sample code to invoke the given webservice using plain c++ but I am stuck up with 'how to pass BLOB structure as argument to CreatePDF() method' and
plus 'how to get ouput as mapItem' . Is the code to convert to pdf works fine with .NET and java only? Not with c++ or VB?
In this case the LiveCycle services are exposed as web services that can be consumed by any application language that can interact with web services. While the sample published are for c# and Java there is no reason that other web service aware languages (C++, Perl, etc) wouldn't work.
I'm not a Microsoft C++ expert, but as far as I understand all you need to do is create a web reference and then have your C++ classes interact via the generated proxy classes. The syntax will be different, but the concept is the same