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Madi Muthukumaran
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Joined: Oct 16, 2003
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Hello,

I have a SOAP server and a service exposed in it and have a SOAP client that which works perfectly fine with the service.

Now I am working on developing a client that access this SOAP service with simple Java (Not over HTTP & no SOAP server). I was looking at the API and found that we can use JavaTransport for this purpose.

But I am struggling for the past couple of days to get his working, I couldn't find any samples or docs on how to use it.

Please help me in getting this working, any ideas, thoughts..

Thanks,
Muthu
Kumar Raja
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Madi Muthukumaran wrote:Hello,

Now I am working on developing a client that access this SOAP service with simple Java (Not over HTTP & no SOAP server). I was looking at the API and found that we can use JavaTransport for this purpose.



Can you provide us the link to the API for JavaTransport ? I could not search it.


Regards
KumarRaja

Ulf Dittmer
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Joined: Mar 22, 2005
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Not sure what you mean by "JavaTransport", but if there is no SOAP server, then there is no SOAP service - hence, nothing to access. Maybe you meant something else?
Madi Muthukumaran
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Joined: Oct 16, 2003
Posts: 11
I am talking about this

http://ws.apache.org/axis/java/apiDocs/org/apache/axis/transport/java/JavaTransport.html

My objective is to call the SOAP service using the java without HTTP.
Ulf Dittmer
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That seems to be something specific to Axis 1 (which is long obsolete).

Axis 2 supports JMS, SMTP and TCP in addition to HTTP transport.

I think we could help better if you told *why* you want to use that - what's wrong with the usual HTTP? What kind of client and server are you using?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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