Amir Keibi wrote:In this example, "HelloWorld" interface forms the web service's "contract". These contracts (which have no implementation) are packaged with your client. That is, the interface is packaged into a jar file for example, and is add to your client app's classpath. On the contrary, if you generate the stub with wsimport, the tool will read the WSDL and generates the interface for you.
Eric Pascarello wrote:You can not make an Ajax call to another domain
Bear Bibeault wrote:
Md Uddin wrote:I want to give the browser back to the form action URl. What you suggest ?
I'm not sure what you are asking here.
Bear Bibeault wrote:jQuery allows you to create "global" handling function that will be invoked at a number of staged of an Ajax request. It's a fine mechanism for consolidating processing in one place.
Eric Pascarello wrote:Well you are not going to be making Ajax calls to another domain from your website.
You will have to make separate calls for each URL. You can easily code one function that has the JQuery code in it with a variable for the url.
Eric Pascarello wrote:You want to send 4 requests at one time?
Bear Bibeault wrote:That greatly depends on what determines which url is to be used and when. You haven't said. How can we guess?