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Web Service Access

Harish Gurung

Joined: Aug 29, 2008
Posts: 1
I have created one Java Web Service in Apache Soap. I want to know how the clients will access my Web Service. Basically I want to create one client using the information from the Server. How the Server can provide the information so that clients can use that to access the Web Service?
Naveen K Koneti

Joined: Apr 08, 2008
Posts: 1
hi you can do that in many ways.

one simple way is to generate the stubs from the wsdl using api's like jax ws,jax-rpc can google about generating stubs from wsdl using jax-ws etc
William Brogden
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Joined: Mar 22, 2000
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How the Server can provide the information

That is the idea behind WSDL (Web Service Description Language) documents. Many languages typically used for clients now have toolkits that can read a WSDL from a URL and automatically create code to access the service.


Joined: Sep 01, 2008
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you can use JAX-WS to create client stubs for you web service.
Check out this example

Hope it helps.

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