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calling webservice by sending soap/xml request?

 
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In axis server I wrote webservice script and deployed it. I wrote client script and able to call the webservice from it.

instead writing client java script myself is there any tool to create a script based on WSDL?

instead of executing client java script if I want to send soap request xml file then how can I send and call webservice? in AXIS webserver is there any place where we can paste the xml document to call and execute the webservice?

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you can use IDE's like Eclipse-AXIS plugings, WSAD etc. to build web service clients and call them for you.

instead of using stub based appraoch or DII approach in your client scripts you can use JAXM, SAAJ to progam soap messages and sent it to the web service.

there is no place in axis server to place the incoming soap request xml's
 
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