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From "Dino Chiesa" <din...@microsoft.com>
Subject RE: Java Client, .NET server... and the Oreilly book...
Date Wed, 30 Mar 2005 09:28:57 GMT
> So, has anyone actually written a web service client that can
communicate with a .NET server?

Yes.

Here's an example of a .NET (ASMX) webservice with an AXIS client. 
http://cheeso.members.winisp.net/zips/
 
There is a working AXIS/JSP web client (AXIS v1.1) of the service.  Also
the sourcecode of that client is available, as is the sourcecode for a
AXIS/SWT "fat client", and other clients.  

The service accepts strings as input and returns arrays of strings or a
complex type as output.  The AXIS clients use doc/lit. There is also an
RPC/Enc interface to the same service implementation, but you should
ignore that! 


Sorry, no authentication !  And it's not sharepoint! 

-D

-----Original Message-----
From: John Windberg [mailto:jwindberg@yahoo.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2005 1:34 AM
To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
Subject: Java Client, .NET server... and the Oreilly book...

So, has anyone actually written a web service client that can
communicate with a .NET server?

I'd love proof that it can be done. So far I've seen references to
things the other way around, and pointers to classes that don't actually
exist in the
1.1 axis jar.

I suppose most people using axis are written services, and I look
forward to doing that myself, but right now, it's clients, and what I
need to talk to is a Microsoft SharePoint server...

My only working code so far is based on the classes generated from
WSDL2Java for a public exchange rate service. No security involved.
Create a service, get an endpoint, get a call, add some parameters,
invoke the call. What am I suppose to do with a with a "Sender"?

On that note, anyone know what's up with the programming axis book from
Oreilly? I pre-ordered it from amazon, but its not been listed as
available yet, and I could not find it on oreilly's site.



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