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rex tony
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Hi,
Any one help me to Soap over JMS using apache CXF.

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Soap over JMS using apache CXF brings up some highly relevant results. Have you tried any of those?
 
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Hi,

I am trying to create WS consumers in java using CXF. However, the webservice provide is a weblogic server, and the wsdl that has been provided uses the 'openuri' transport. I am able to establish a connection to the JMS queue, but only after modifying the original wsdl to use the 'cxf' transport and adding the JNDI tags to the wsdl as well, according to a CXF tutorial i found online.
If i try to run my standalone java client, using the original wsdl, i get the following exception:



I am beginning to doubt if the CXF client can be made compatible with the weblogic provider.

Any suggestions ?

Thanks!
 
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Hi Ulf Dittmer,
It is very vague in Apache CXF, Do you have any proper example in Apache CXF?

Thanks
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I've never used CXF, so I can't help with that.
 
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