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Web Services client using WSDL file

Vijay Gadde
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Joined: Sep 30, 2008
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Hi Ranchers,

I been searching on internet to find, a quickest and easiest way to build a WebServices client on a WSDL file.

We have this Web services running at Miami location, every week by the time we come into office in UK - these stage services will be down.

Now, I want to write a ROUTINE - a web-service client program which send this login web-service request every 30mns - and in case if it receive an UN-expected response then the program will email to certain people and keep sending login request to check and in case if service are back up and running - it will email to respective people about the same.

My plan to write a simple Java program - and using a Batch file run it for every 30mns - which sends out request to Web service login message - in case if services are down - it will email a notification to IT support team and carry on checking the services.

I want to finish this today ( donot want to spend lot of time on this simple project) : reasons I posted to Ranchers.
1. This is not a new requirement, in case if some one already done some part of it - please share the code - no mater whether its Java,.net,PHP etc.
2. There may already some custom built application - trying to find the same.

Please let me know further details.

Thanks and regards,VIJAY GADDE.

Vijay Gadde
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