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Multiple Web Service Clients in Spring

Yashwant Palkar

Joined: Dec 01, 2010
Posts: 20
Currently we are using spring web service client configured in spring configuration.xml.
I have to add another web service client and it needs to be configured in same configuration file.
Both webservices have different credentials for them.
i have configured 2 different webservicetemplate for them and 2 different messageSenders.

In this credentials of second web service teamplate are overridden by credential of first web service template. Whereas I have created all proprties different from first one.
is there any other way to set credentials of second web service client.

Bill Gorder

Joined: Mar 07, 2010
Posts: 1682

try pulling this bean out and giving it an id. Then for the property use the ref tag to refer to it.

I believe that Spring names those beans automatically using the class name and if there is more than one bean of the same class it appends a number to them. But its worth a try just to make sure that is not causing your problem.

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