Am new to webservices
1.why we have to use soap services and what use of it?i refer lot of sites i didnt get clear idea about it flow and how it works,why we use this one? please tell me with some real time egs
2.am going to access third party webservices so i get xml response from there,so here how to implement soap services?
3.am got confusing between my xml response from third party webservices and soap services wsdl file? how i ill get output and send to client?
please tell me the cleaar solution
#1 Who says you have to? You should only use it if it is appropriate. A REST WS might be a better solutino (these days REST is more popular tan SOAP).
#2 You're asking about the client-side? SOAP implementaton generally come with tools that let you create client-side code from the WSDL of a SOAP WS. (This assumes that by "I get xml response" you mean SOAP - a REST WS could return XML just as well.)
#3 What is the scenario? You are implementing a WS, and your WS in turn accesses the 3rd party WS? There is no logical connection between the two WS - you would implement a WS client that accesses the 3rd party WS as usual. The fact that this client code is part of your own WS doesn't really make a difference to that.
Even if this was a site that simply hands out out solutions (which it is not), I would have no idea what to tell you, because we don't know what you're trying to do. I suggest to start by learning about REST, and implementing a couple of simple REST WS. The WebServicesFaq points to many good resources on that.
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