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converting web service from .net to java

 
shehroze sha
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Hi,

i have a wsdl file and few c#files. Now i have to migrate this to java web service provider.

i need to do this using the following:
1. JDK1.5
2. JBOSS STUDIO DEVELOPER
3. XFIRE

Please guide me how to convert .net web service application to java web service provider.

Thanks,
Shehroze
 
William Brogden
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JDK 5 reached end of service life in Nov. 2009 so your first step will be to get updated to a current version.

Bill
 
shehroze sha
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William Brogden wrote:JDK 5 reached end of service life in Nov. 2009 so your first step will be to get updated to a current version.

Bill



Thanks Bill.

But as our client is still using the same version we dont have any other choice.

But still putting some light on this will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in Advance,
Shehroze
 
Ivan Krizsan
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Hi!
XFire is an ancestor of the Apache CXF web service stack, so you may be able to find some information on the Apache CXF pages.
If possible, you should switch to Apache CXF, since I suspect it will be significantly more up to date than XFire.
Also take a look at some of the tutorials on netbeans.org, which will guide you regarding web service development.
Best wishes!
 
shehroze sha
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Ivan Krizsan wrote:Hi!
XFire is an ancestor of the Apache CXF web service stack, so you may be able to find some information on the Apache CXF pages.
If possible, you should switch to Apache CXF, since I suspect it will be significantly more up to date than XFire.
Also take a look at some of the tutorials on netbeans.org, which will guide you regarding web service development.
Best wishes!



Thanks Ivan.
 
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