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From "Michael C. Clark" ...@michaelcclark.com>
Subject RE: Axis and Mozilla SOAP Javascript
Date Mon, 21 Oct 2002 18:19:14 GMT
Can't help much with the Mozilla bit, but for DOM check out the
following:

Sun Tutorial:

http://java.sun.com/webservices/docs/1.0/tutorial/doc/JAXPDOM.html

For server-side Java, consider using JDOM, a simpler implementation
that is DOM-like, but a bit more "comforatble" for the Java world ...
written by Jason Hunter and Brett McLaughlin.

www.jdom.org

HTHAL,
Mike

---- Original Message ----
From: choward@boxlake.com
To: axis-user@xml.apache.org
Subject: RE: Axis and Mozilla SOAP Javascript
Date: Mon, 21 Oct 2002 13:55:34 -0400

>I'm trying to do the same thing.  I did it at my previous job so I
>know it
>is doable but I cannot find any good reference on it.
>
>We created XML DOMs from scratch on the client side and sent that XML
>via
>soap to the SOAP server.  The soap server then split up the XML and
>handled
>it appropriatly, using server side JScript.  I am attempting to do
>the front
>end the same way but Java on the server side.
>
>The main bits of information I'm missing on the client side (they
>were
>obfuscated with the code I was working on):
>
>* How do you create an XML DOM in IE/Netscape (I know it is different
>syntax
>to create them but after that they use the same code)
>
>* How do I send the XML to the client and get the response back.
>
>On the server side I'm having trouble finding the reference I need as
>well.
>I cannot find documentation on how I get the XML and access it via
>the DOM
>(document.getElementByTagName("..."), document.firstChild, and all
>that).
>
>If anyone has any directions they can point me in I would be most
>greatfull.
>I've been scouring google for about 3 days now.
>
>-Chris
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: villardml@free.fr [mailto:villardml@free.fr]
>Sent: Friday, October 18, 2002 6:14 PM
>To: axis-user@xml.apache.org
>Subject: Axis and Mozilla SOAP Javascript
>
>
>Hi,
>  I'm trying to invoke a web service from javascript using the
>mozilla
>implementation (the only one? I don't know). But mozilla don't send
>the
>SOAPAction header when invoking the service, and therefore axis is
>not
>happy. Is
>someone here has encountered the same problem?
>Thanks
>Lionel
>



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