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Invoking WebService Implemented using VB 6.0 from a Java/J2EE Client

 
Raghuveer Rawat
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Hi All
I want to invoke a web service(WSDL) which is implemented using VB 6.0 and MS SOAP Toolkit 3.0 from the Java/J2EE Client.
JAX-RPC defines three different ways to invoke web services from a Java Platform.
1.) Stub
2.) Dynamic Proxy
3.) DII

I m wondering which method to using for this invokation. Stub can not be used for obvious reason, I am also not able to use Dynamic Proxy and DII.
Is there anyone who have invoked VB 6.0 Web Service from the Java/J2EE Client???
 
Tim West
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What's the "obvious" reason you can't use stubs? Am I missing something?

If you have a WSDL, you can run any old mapping tool (Axis wsdl2java, Weblogic clientgen, JWSDP wscompile etc) over it, and access it via the Java stubs.

All those tools implement JAX-RPC to a greater or lesser extent.


-Tim
 
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