I mean that the WSDLs for many of these services aren't valid.
xmethods doesn't provide a toolkit -- it just provides a place for people to post their services -- it's up to the folks that post their service to make sure that they are valid. Many are not.
If the WSDL isn't valid, wsdl2java is likely to barf on it.
Thank you so much anne, but could you explain what is non-standard?WSDL should be universal + language independent right?are you meaning the SOAP toolkit xmethod.net services using didn't implement the WSDL standard, so when I use WSDL2Java to generate my client won't compatible with others?thanks again
Anne Thomas Manes < email@example.com> wrote:A lot of the services at xmethods are non-standard or don't work. Assuming you pick one that works properly, you s hould be able to take the WSDL and generate a stub to talk to it. Most other SOAP toolkits work the same way, although some use a call interface instead of a stub interface.
On 2/24/06, eric kong <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:-- There is alot web services at http://www.xmethods.net.-- When i click on "Try It" feature I get wsdl file.-- Can i use WSDL2Java to generate stub --> then call those web services (listed on xmethods) just like calling local java object / methods? Is that all for using web services?-- if using PERL / .NET as web service client, does it also generate stub / skeleton just like Axis (java) does?thanks
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