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Call a siebel webservice using java code(jsp,servelts)

Vivek Pinto
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Joined: Apr 19, 2012
Posts: 16


HI All,
I am new to eclipse and have smaller knowledge of servlets , jsp and i have a requirement in which i have to do a front end which will take input which needs to be passed as input to siebel webservice.And siebel webservice will return output data and that has to displayed in UI.For example i have a siebel webservice which generates statements of transactions....inputs are "From date" and "To date" And webservices returns all the statements with in this date range.So front end will take dates as input and on a button click it should display the output...Any suggestions...

Thanks in Advance
Vivek Pinto


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V F Pinto
Tim Moores
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Joined: Sep 21, 2011
Posts: 2408
Not sure if there's anything special about Siebel WS, but generally you'd get ahold of the WSDL for that web service, and then use the tools that come with your WS implementation of choice to create the WS client code.
Vivek Pinto
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Joined: Apr 19, 2012
Posts: 16

Tim Moores wrote:Not sure if there's anything special about Siebel WS, but generally you'd get ahold of the WSDL for that web service, and then use the tools that come with your WS implementation of choice to create the WS client code.


Hi Tim Moores,
I dint get the concept which you put accross...Let me put some more explanation!
We used Soap UI inorder to test the webservice...But in Soap UI ,the output will be in xml form and wont be in user friendly mode...So i want to create a front end so that i can call siebel weservice and i can render the output in UI.
Tim Moores
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Right. Now you need to create Java client code from which you can generate output in whatever form your UI can handle. Every notable SOAP implementation has tools that generate this code for you (well, the Java parts, not the UI parts, since the tool can't possibly know what you want to do with the data). Check the documentation of whichever SOAP implementation you're using for how to do this.
 
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