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On Wednesday 30th December 2009 the WSScanPS service, used by these clients, was decommissioned and replaced by:
The service documentation and clients below are historical and provided solely for reference purposes.
ScanPS (Scan Protein Sequence) is a program for comparing a protein sequence to a database of protein sequences. It implements the full Smith-Waterman style searching and is capable of identifying multiple domain matches by using iterative profile searching.
For more information about this tool see:
For details of the service used by these clients see WSScanPS.
The Microsoft .NET runtime is already installed on most MS Windows systems. The Microsoft .NET runtime is available via Microsoft Update or as a download (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/netframework/).
Download the C# client:
Run without arguments to get a usage summary:
Download and unzip the library files
Download the Java client:
To get usage information run the client without arguments:
java -Djava.ext.dirs=lib -jar WSScanPS.jar
To run the Perl client you need to install SOAP::Lite. SOAP::Lite is a collection of Perl modules which provide a simple and lightweight interface to the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) for both client and server applications. This client requires SOAP::Lite version 0.60.
Download the Perl client:
To get usage information run the program without arguments:
A basic workflow showing how to use WSScanPS can be found on myExperiment.