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Spring Integration and Webservices

Tebello Tjemolane

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How do you call a Webservices using Spring Integration 2.1?
Mark Spritzler

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Tebello Tjemolane wrote:How do you call a Webservices using Spring Integration 2.1?

In Spring Integration there are things called Adapters and also Gateways. Adapters are one way, whereas a Gateway is two ways. So there are adapters and gateways for all types of "communication" So there is a WebService inbound and outbound adapters and also a WebService gateway that you can use to call Web Services. Although inbound adapter would be used if you are the web service. So you would use the outbound to just call out to a web service, or a Gateway if you want to call a web service and get the response back.


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