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Currently my Master Theses is to create a generic client in SOPA framework, it is now relatively ready but it doesn't support complex type in XSD.
I(maybe with some other Uni. students) would like to create open source project and implement it, in a way that can be used for all kind of webservices, do you think it make a sense to define this project? Is anybody going to use it ? Is it useful project? Do I solve all the humanity problems ? ...
Currently there is www.soapclient.com available with same functionality but it is not free.
When I start my PhD I can use some of my few uni.credits for project. [ December 08, 2006: Message edited by: Reza Rawassizadeh ]
Of course I use these technlogies you mentioned, but the thing is: There is no open source Generic client available that: 1) you give WSDL to it, it parses the WSDL 2) you enter some values 3) it create a SOAP request appropriate for that WSDL with your entered data(for example name='William' you enter William).
This means there will be a generic client which can create SOAP request for every kind of WSDL, based on reading WSDL file.
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You should be able to accomplish this using the existing open source Axis 2 toolkit as a base - why dont you join the Axis2 project and make your contribution there?
Joined: Jun 08, 2004
Yes good idea I also prefer to do it in Axis frame work.