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vrayudu kumar
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Can i use the webserives at this site http://xmethods.net/ in our applicatons?

If so how can use these webservices?

Thanks,
Vijay
Ulf Dittmer
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I'm not sure if that site actually hosts any WS itself, or if it is just a directory. You would use them the same way you would use any other WS. Or are you asking how to access WS is general?


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vrayudu kumar
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are you asking how to access WS is general?

Yes. I would like to know how to access WS ? Please explain.
Ulf Dittmer
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For starters, read the articles labelled "Another article on JavaWorld" and "Article on OnJava". If you need more background on SOAP, read the one labelled "Introduction to SOAP and Apache SOAP". Then come back here with any specific questions you may have, and we'll try to fill in the blanks.

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