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Call Webservice methods from the URL addresss

 
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Hi,

Somebody can tell me how to call the methods of webservice from the URL?


Thanks,
 
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Do you have a WSDL description of the service? It tells you which methods are available for the client to use. Most SOAP toolkits also have a utility that can create client-side code from the WSDL (often called wsdl2java or similar).
 
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Thanks your response.
Yes, I have WSDL description: Webervice.wsdl
I can access the method from the Explorater of WebService.
In my case, the URL of Webservice is : http://localhost:9080/bip/services/WebService
The method, by example is "isAlive" with the parameter in type String.
I try type in URL like http://localhost:9080/bip/services/WebService/isAlive?message=test,
However, I cannot get the response and it redirect to an error page.
 
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