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From Kinichiro Inoguchi <>
Subject Re: WS client (other than axis2 client api based impl.) for axis2 based-web services
Date Thu, 26 Oct 2006 16:29:41 GMT

1) using REST interface.

  You can call your Axis2 WS by browser, like this.
  If your service needs simple input parameters only,
  this way is useful.

2) TCPmon

  download from
  You can send SOAP request, if you can write SOAP request XML by hand.

3) .NET Web Reference

  I sometimes use VisualStudio .NET.
  With Web Reference, it's easy to call WS.

4) using perl with SOAP::Lite

  You can call WS from perl with SOAP::Lite module.
  I think this way is difficult a little bit.
  SOAP::Lite spec is NOT easy to understand, I feel.

Anyone else ?


--- Gul Onural <> wrote:

> There a quite a bit of number of features in Axis2 server side which
> require Axis2 client
> API to be used on the client side. 
> Also there are some configuration options which can be used on the
> server side of the Axis2 
> but they require some matching configuration options on the client
> side
> to work correctly.
> I was wondering if anybody has used any framework to write a
> WS-Client
> (other than Axis2)
> to work with a web service implemented with Axis2 ? 
> Gul

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