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what are the required libraries for an application client

Piradharsan Navaratnam
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Joined: May 15, 2007
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Hi friends,

Im tired of surfing the net to solve my problem. I wrote a webservice and i hosted in the IBM websphere app server. Bt i needed to access it through a stand alone progrm. I don't know what are the jar files needed to run the stand alone program.

Note: I wrote a application client in the RAD 6.0 and its accessing the webservice inside the server. Bt how do I access the webservice through a stand alone program.
Ulf Dittmer
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Joined: Mar 22, 2005
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Generally you would use a tool that accesses the WSDL created by the server, and generates client classes you can use to access the WS. E.g., Axis comes with a tool called wsdl2java that does this (and which works finw without using Axis on the server). I would imagine that Websphere includes something similar.
Peer Reynders
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Joined: Aug 19, 2005
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WebSphere Version 6 Web Services Handbook Development and Deployment
Search for WSDL2Client (and separately for �Stand-alone Java client�).

Starting with the Feature Pack for Web Services for WebSphere Application Server V6.1 you can also use JAX-WS based tools.
 
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