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From "Ashish Kulkarni" <ashish.kulkarn...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: create Java base Web service client
Date Fri, 27 Apr 2007 22:12:12 GMT
Hi
Thanks for your email, i will be using axis 2 as the webservice is written
in java, and is writting using egate interface,
Now with axis 2, do i run wsdl2java to create java classes and then call
some methods?

do you have any example of doing so using axis 2

Ashish

On 4/27/07, José Ferreiro <jose.ferreiro@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Dear Ashish,
>
> I will say that you have two technologies to do that (among many others).
>
> You may choose Microsoft or Open source libraries.
>
> In this mailing list you have people working with Axis 1.x and Axis2.
> Axis 1.4 doesn't has any further development.
> Axis2 is evolving and supports different types of WS-standarts (which is
> not the case for Axis 1.x).
>
> Well, in my opinion you should ask the people who gave you the wsdl what
> kind of web service server do they have.
> If they are working with open source I will suggest your client should be
> open source.
> On the other hand if they are using microsoft, then I will suggest you to
> use Microsoft.
>
> Basically, using the same technology as they use will simplify your
> development life of your client.
>
> After you choose that you should then understand how to build the client
> with the desired technology.
>
> For Axis 1.4 or Axis2 you will use wsdl2java. This utility will generate
> automatically the "stubs".
> Then, you need to complete the code with your logic.
> You may also write your own client using the a DYNAMIC INVOCATION
> INTERFACE method.
> However the source code for a DII client is more complicated than the code
> for the other two types of clients.
> I will suggest you to use the wsdl2java (at least for starting).
>
> If you will use Microsoft, then you have to learn  about .NET frametwork
> and choose C# for example as programming language. You probably will need MS
> visual studio as IDE
> There you will use the command wsdl.exe (for java wsdl2java, use eclipse
> with ant).
>
> Hope this little introduction was helpfull.
>
> José Ferreiro
>
>
>
>
> On 4/27/07, Ashish Kulkarni <ashish.kulkarni13@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > Hi
> > I recently got a WSDL file, and i am expected to write a web service
> > client to access this web service,
> > Can some one give some pointers, and code or example or tutorial to do
> > so.
> > What are the steps, do i have to used WSDL2JAVA to create some thing.
> >
> >
> > Ashish
> >
>
>
>
> --
> José Ferreiro
> EPFL Communication Systems engineer
> ing.sys.com.dipl.EPFL

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