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From Willem Jiang <>
Subject Re: How to invoke specific operation with params for cxf webservice endpoint through configuration
Date Thu, 25 Mar 2010 13:04:42 GMT
Oh, you are working in MESSAGE dataformat, which means you need to build 
  the request message yourself.
But if you want camel-cxf to generate the request for you, you need to 
use CXF wsdl2java tool to build the artifacts with the WSDL first, then 
you can follow the example[1] to invoke the service.



usha K. wrote:
>  I have the following cxfEndpoint configuration in the camel-context.xml
> which is a webservice end point, pointing to a 3rd party web service.
>  I am wondering how I can specify (in this configuration) an operation with
> parameters to be passed to the webservice? As an example, I need to invoke
> the operation sayHello() in that webservice, passing two parameters
> (firstName, lastName).
>  Can I do that in the cxfEndPoint itself? If so, how? Also, how can I pass
> the values itself?
> <cxf:cxfEndpoint id="myEndpoint" 
> address="http://localhost:8080/someService/"
> wsdlURL="../sr-binding/src/main/resources/META-INF/wsdl/someservice.wsdl" 
> endpointName="s:myEndpointName"
> serviceName="s:myService"
> xmlns:s="urn:some:company:some:service:wsdl" >
> <cxfroperties>
> <entry key="dataFormat" value="MESSAGE"/>
> </cxfroperties>
> </cxf:cxfEndpoint>
> OR do I have to write a client code on my side (where this end point points
> to)?

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