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How to invoke WebService

Sunny Diaz

Joined: Mar 07, 2011
Posts: 16

Hi I am new in Webservices, I want to invoke a webservice in java and read the data from it and store it in the database.

Please help me if someone has done this kind of stuff before.

Thanks in advance!
Raphael Okochu

Joined: Jul 17, 2009
Posts: 22
Hi, you can invoke a web-service given its wsdl using most IDEs as long as there aren't any security restrictions. In Netbeans, create a web service client project and supply the wsdl using the wizard, here you will have to invoke the service programmatically. In myeclipse, there is a "web service explorer" tool that you can use to invoke a web-service without writing code. There are lots of tutorials online on how to do these.. Hope this helps.

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