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How Can Access the web services?

Niyas Akbar

Joined: Apr 20, 2012
Posts: 1
Hi dear all,Web services doubts

Right now I am learning web services concepts....so I have a doubt over some major questions....How can I acess the web services? where can I access the web services? and In what form application exchange the data.......
Tim Moores

Joined: Sep 21, 2011
Posts: 2413
Assuming you are talking about SOAP, then all major SOAP implementations come with tools that create Java source code from a WSDL for you (like "wsdl2java" in the case of the Axis2 library). If you're talking about REST, then any HTTP client class or library would suffice, like java.net.HttpURLConnection or the HttpCLient library.
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