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From Doug Davis <...@us.ibm.com>
Subject Re: Calling webservices locally- WSIF????
Date Wed, 29 Sep 2004 14:45:51 GMT
Why not just use the "java" binding/transport in Axis.  In the wsdl put 
java:classname  instead of http://....   and you're good to go.
-Dug




Gulfuroth <gulfuroth@gmail.com> 
09/29/2004 10:42 AM
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I Have found something that looks quite interesting and might solve my
problem: WSIF http://ws.apache.org/wsif/

It only looks quite abandoned (no releases since early 2003). Anybody
has experience with WSIF or any other similar initiative?

Kind regards:

Daniel


On Wed, 29 Sep 2004 13:17:09 +0200, Gulfuroth <gulfuroth@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, all
> 
> I'm new to this list and I'm not very sure if this is the right list
> to post my question. If not,  please accept my apologies and don't
> hesitate to redirect me to any of the other axis-related lists.
> 
> The fact is that I want to make a distributed-like application in
> which, depending on each installation I will have to access some web
> services  which will be either remote (The usual ones, accessing
> through HTTP->tomcat->axis)  or local.
> 
> In the local services I would like to avoid the HTTP part of the 
connection.
> 
> My final aim, is to create a "proxy-like" class that will be
> implemented in every application and that would be able to redirect
> the incoming SOAP-calls to local objects or to another remote proxy
> that has an object with the desired services/functionalities.
> 
> The decisions will be taken according to a conf file.
> 
> I'm also quite new to Java, so any help you can provide will be very
> appreciated.
> 
> Kind regards:
> 
> Dani.
>


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