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Hi, I was wondering if it is possible to write a simple webservice using Java which can then be contacted using a SOAP client. I have found numerous examples to do this using the MS Visual Studio Toolkit but I would like to use Java for the same. Could someone please direct me to a tutorial / book or any relevant material or give me tips re. the same. It would be of great help. Thanks in advance, Anoop
Thats right up my alley since my current book project is Java Developer's Guide to SOAP and XML Messaging. The Apache organization has a Java SOAP package derived from code originally contributed by IBM. GO to: http://xml.apache.org/ This site is a treasure trove of XML related Java and C++ code. I also have a bunch of Java and SOAP links at: http://www.lanw.com/books/javasoap/soapref.htm Bill