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Unable to run the Client for the WebService created

 
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Hi Friends,
I am a novice in WebServices.I have been learning it since last month. I am using Axis and Tomcat to run the Webservice. I have created a WebService , which is basically used to append two strings and return the concatenated string. The Service is perfectly deployed on the Tomcat Axis , as it lists down the services that are deployed.
The problem comes when i try and access the service created. PLease help me out by giving me direction as to how this can be done.

If possible please point out to a good tutorial or suggest a good book for learning.

Thanks,
Sathish
 
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The Web Services FAQ points to a few introductory articles on how to create services and clients using Axis.

Basically, you would point the wsdl2java tool (which is part of Axis) at the WSDL that Axis generates for your service. The tool will then generate a number of classes that you can use as the basis for your client.

Alternatively, the Web Services How To includes a basic SAAJ client.
 
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