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From "Meeusen, Christopher W." <Meeusen.Christop...@mayo.edu>
Subject RE: .NET Web Service is accessed by java program
Date Mon, 01 Dec 2008 16:36:02 GMT
 

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From: axis-user-return-76475-Meeusen.Christopher=mayo.edu@ws.apache.org
[mailto:axis-user-return-76475-Meeusen.Christopher=mayo.edu@ws.apache.or
g] On Behalf Of Ferry Sumendap
Sent: Sunday, November 30, 2008 10:27 PM
To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
Subject: Re: .NET Web Service is accessed by java program


Thank you very much for all your responses.

I have extracted axis 2 and put it in folder (H:\axis2-1.4.1)
I also have started the .NET webservice  which I can open its service
via Internet browser (http://localhost:2242/WebSite1/Service.asmx).I
have tested that the .NET webservice works properly.

But when I want to generate its proxy by running java2wsdl.bat this
message always shown up.

H:\axis2-1.4.1\bin>java2wsdl.bat -uri
http://localhost:2242/WebSite1/Service.asmx?WSDL
Using AXIS2_HOME:   H:\axis2-1.4.1
Using JAVA_HOME:    C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_02
Usage: java2wsdl [options] -cn <fully qualified class name>

where [options] include:
  -o <output location>                    output directory
  -of <output file name>                  output file name for the WSDL
  -sn <service name>                      service name



H:\axis2-1.4.1\bin>java2wsdl.bat
http://localhost:2242/WebSite1/Service.asmx?WSDL
Using AXIS2_HOME:   H:\axis2-1.4.1
Using JAVA_HOME:    C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_02
Usage: java2wsdl [options] -cn <fully qualified class name>

where [options] include:
  -o <output location>                    output directory
  -of <output file name>                  output file name for the WSDL
  -sn <service name>                      service name
  -l <soap address>                       address of the port for the
WSDL
  -cp <class path uri>                    list of classpath entries -
(urls)
  -tn <target namespace>                  target namespace for service

Or should I execute wsdl.exe to generate wsdl file ? does  java2wsdl.bat
also support for .NET web service or just AXIS Web Service ?

Basically, I just want to write java program (desktop program,
standalone without need to run Axis Server, or Tomcat if possible) to
access the .NET webservice method (ConcatWithSpace, HelloWorld, etc).
 Is it possible and what is the next step ? 
Thank you very much.



Regards,
Ferry

--- On Thu, 11/27/08, Marc F. <marc.musico@gmail.com> wrote:


	From: Marc F. <marc.musico@gmail.com>
	Subject: Re: .NET Web Service is accessed by java program
	To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
	Date: Thursday, November 27, 2008, 6:28 PM
	
	
	
	
	Ferry Sumendap wrote:
	> 
	> 
	> Hello everybody,
	> I am looking for a sample code how java access / call /execute
functions 
	> which
	 are available at .NET Web Service (.NET framework 2.0).
	> The java program should retrieve the XML response (output)
from the web
	> service .
	> If anyone knows tutorial about this matter, please let me know
the url...
	> :)
	> 
	> Thank you very much.
	> 
	> Regards,
	> Ferry
	> 
	
	Web services technology is supposed to guarantee
interoperability between
	two different platforms, like Java and .NET. This
interoperability is not
	perfect yet, but in most cases it works very well. Does the .NET
webservice
	have the wsdl? If yes, then, for example, using Axis2 you can
generate all
	the client code you need, from the wsdl, in order to use that
.NET web
	service.
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