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Recent posts by prabhu peruka

Hi,

I am confused on terminology used in WS.
1. Is a SOAP engine also called as RPC engine.
2. What are the different RPC engines avaiable.
3. When a plugin is provided in IDEs for the Webservices, whats the RPC engines used by each of these:
1. websphere
2. weblogic
3. InteliJ Idea
4. Eclips.

Thanks,
Prabhu
15 years ago
hi all,
I am trying to create a java program which will take an SOAP/XML input format and generate xml of my own format...

i am new to xml technologies so totally confused what to do...
I am trying to look for some sample code which does the same.

do i need to use any parsers like SAX / DOM ?

What i am actually looking at is :

when the user input comes to me as xml file, i want to capture each tag value and store it as attribute value in my output xml. i.e; in my output what i have is a single tag with many attributes

if sample input file:

<soap-env:Envelope
xmlns:soap-env="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/">
<soap-env:Header>
</soap-env:Header>
<soap-env:Body CLASS_TYPE="Request">
<Query>
<name>prabhu</name>
<Address1>#123</Address1>
<Address2></Address2>
<Address3></Address3>
<CityName>hyd</CityName>
<StateCode>ap</StateCode>
<StateName></StateName>
<CountryCode>IND</CountryCode>
<PostalCode>123456</PostalCode>
<CountryName>INDIA</CountryName>
<LastName></LastName>
<FirstName></FirstName>
</Query>
</soap-env:Body>
</soap-env:Envelope>

then, the sample output would be :

<user
name_1="prabhu"
address_1="#123"
address_2=""
address_3=""
city="hyd"
state_name=""
state_code="AP"
postal_code="123456"
ctry_name="India"
ctry_code="IND"

/>


Pls, help me on this ...
Thanks in advance.
Hi,

In one of the interviews i attended i was asked "why is JSP used when ultimately its translated to a servlet again, why not just do servlet programming?" or to be more clear, "What factor decides the choice of JSP or servlets in a project?". My explanation of MVC didn't satisfy them. Please help me with more appropriate answer.

Thanks in advance
18 years ago
JSP
I am not clear with the difference between the wait() and sleep() methods. What is a monitor? all i know is its not a method or any code.
Can anyone help me with that

Thanks in advance!!
Can anyone help me out with the differences b/w a webserver and an application server? can a TomCat be called application server?

Thanks in advance
18 years ago