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Web Services Client using JSP

tejaswini vasist
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Joined: Apr 10, 2004
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Hi,
I am using Apache axis,Tomcat 4.0,jdk1.4 and Mysql in my project.I am supposed to deploy a simple supply-chain management application.Client logs in and selects items of his choice and then the order bill is processed.I have written the code without front end .I run it in dos prompt.I want to know how to perform deployin n running of the service if i create my front end in JSP.
Lasse Koskela
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There really is no difference -- you just call whatever code you have now from a servlet.
Ie. if your web services client code is a class named "MyWsClient", then

becomes


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tejaswini vasist
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ok..thank you..will try that out!
 
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