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From 蘇 軼(CEC) <s_i...@cec-ltd.co.jp>
Subject Re: Could I use the stub class generated by wsdl2java to access a .Net service?
Date Thu, 08 Jun 2006 01:52:00 GMT
hi Bob,

Thank you very much for your help !

I tried to install a simple service without Skeleton class, and used
stub classes(xxxLocator etc.) generated by WSDL2Java to access
it, Succeeded!

The .net web service (supported by other team members) will be
very simple, and I think the stub client will work fine.

Thanks again !

- sukie

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "DeRemer, Bob" <bob.deremer@sap.com>
To: <axis-user@ws.apache.org>
Sent: Wednesday, June 07, 2006 8:40 PM
Subject: RE: Could I use the stub class generated by wsdl2java to access a
.Net service?


> Simple answer is "it depends".   You can use the Stub client proxy code
from WSDL2Java to access a .NET web service, but it depends on the answer to
the following question:
>
> 1) what WS stack are you using on each side?  Specifically (i.e. Axis2
1.0[Java] + WCF/Indigo[.NET]; or Axis2 1.0[java] + (ASMX 2 + WSE 3)[.NET])
>
> The answer to this, and how the .NET service's endpoints are configured,
will affect the level of interop you can do [or possibly not at all].
>
> If your .NET service's endpoint binding is basic HTTP, then that is the
easiest.  The more WS-* characteristics your service uses, the more
difficult the interop.  Not impossible, but just more switches on both sides
to set properly.  In addition, there are cases that are not interopable.
For instance, I recently learned that a WCF service accessed via the
built-in netTcpBinding is not interopable because the built-in binding uses
the proprietary MSBinary encoding - which only works with WCF on both sides.
>
> Regards,
> Bob
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: 蘇 軼(CEC) [mailto:s_itsu@cec-ltd.co.jp]
> Sent: Wednesday, June 07, 2006 3:58 AM
> To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
> Subject: Could I use the stub class generated by wsdl2java to access a
.Net service?
>
> hi all,
>
> I am a java PGer and not clearly know the .Net platform,
> Could anybody tell me if the stub class can be used to access
> a web service built on .Net platform?
>
> I think it is rmi-like, so the Skeleton and Stub class must be
> used together.
>
> Any help or web resources would be greatly appreciated !
>
> - sukie
>
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