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What approach should be taken

Debopam Poddar
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Hi,

In my current project we have the WSDLs and sample XMLs. We have to build webservices for these. Could you please help me what approach should be taken in this scenario.

I am new to webservices, if you can explain it elaborately that will help me understand.
Arun Chidam
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Joined: May 08, 2006
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Debopam Poddar wrote:Hi,

In my current project we have the WSDLs and sample XMLs. We have to build webservices for these. Could you please help me what approach should be taken in this scenario.

I am new to webservices, if you can explain it elaborately that will help me understand.


Hi,

Check the below link, it explains steps involved to setup the websetrvice from WSDl file.
WSDL_To_JavaWebservice

If you are using eclipse, install Axis webservice plugin, which is very user friendly and easy to to setup webservice from wsdl.

In Simple steps...
1.Convert your wsdl file to Java Implementation
2.Modify the Impl file to customize your business logic
3.Include in a war file
4.Update webservice.xml file on your webapplication server to serve incoming request
5.Deploy the war file
6.Generate client code to access the published methods on your newly created webservice.


SCJP 1.4, SCWCD 1.4
 
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