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axlis client examples

 
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Hi Guys,

Can someone send me a few examples of Axis clients invoking REMOTE web services . I am able to invoke the remote webservices by creating the stubs of the wsdl files but unable to invoke them directly

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Not quite sure what you mean, but there are some good examples on the apache site - here
 
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Based on your question, http://javaboutique.internet.com/tutorials/Axis/ should hlp you get going with client code.

By the way, the stub , with which you just invoked the webservice is a Client! What else are you looking for?

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MD
 
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Also XML Spy is a wonderful tool which has the facility of passing the WSDL URL and it can act as a client. This is especially useful during Development when the development of Webservice is complete but there is NO client to invoke and test it.

Unfortunately, XML SPY is free only for a month

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MD
 
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Hi Milan,

Does XML Spy show us the request and response soap envelopes when consuming remote web services availale at Amazon, eBay etc. ?
 
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Does XML Spy show us the request and response soap envelopes when consuming remote web services availale at Amazon, eBay etc. ?



I am not sure what you mean by Amazon, ebay etc..but yes, XMLSpy would show the complete Request / Response.

In Fact, it will allow you to fill up different values for request (input) and you can then submit it and see the response for that input.

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MD
 
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