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weblogic rpc webservice

srinivasrao marri
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In weblogic6.1 the rpc webservice is automatically takes care of wsdl and soap issues. Could anyone tell me how its doing it. Is it using any tool like apache axis?
Chris Mathews
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WebLogic 6.1 does not use Axis, they provide their own implementation of SOAP 1.1 and their own tools to handle the conversion of WSDL to Java (and vica versa).
Any particular reason that you ask?
srinivasrao marri
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Thanks for responding.
While i am trying to run the examples it is abstracting all the wsdl and soap things, i couldn't able to see the role of wsdl and soap practically, even though i know its role theoritically.
I am looking for where exactly the soap coming into the picture and wsdl in the creation and usage of a webservice.
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