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The WhereIsNow™ Web Service Client Library project is a java library used to query the WhereIsNow™ Web Services. You can freely embed it in your code to easily develop new clients and integrate the WhereIsNow™ features in your own applications.
A DLL client of the WhereIsNow™ WebService. The DLL has been developed in C++ and works through the open source framework gSoap 2.7. You can embed WINLibrary.Now in your applications in order to use the WhereIsNow™ service.