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Web Services->internal Proxy->External Soap EndPoint

T Green

Joined: Jul 19, 2011
Posts: 2
Hello All,
This is my first post, so please respond :

Is this possible when using Apache Axis, Spring (jdbc) to follow this architecture?:

  • Internal Server 1 uses Apache Axis, XML Beans , Spring etc to generate a fully formed Soap message and then sends it to the Internal Server 2. I know this part is possible.

  • My Question is: Is it possible for the Internal Server 2 to then send this soap message to the WS endpoint and receive response back (to Internal Server 2)? I have the url of the web-service endpoint of course...

    Ivan Krizsan
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    Joined: Oct 04, 2006
    Posts: 2198
    Any Java program that has access to the necessary communication channels can be a web service client.
    All the necessary tools and classes are in Java SE 6.
    The short version of the answer is: Yes.
    Best wishes!

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