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From Nick Goupinets <>
Subject Re: SOAP deprecated with cocoon?
Date Mon, 25 Oct 2004 13:13:39 GMT
Hi Robert,

I think you can take advantage of SOAP logic sheets:

If you need something more sophisticated, you can also write your own 
cocoon component. For a "quick and dirty" solution, it's possible to 
create a Java class that sends a soap request via HTTP (that's how the 
logic sheet is implemented btw) or employs, say, AXIS.

Then, the results can be serialized into WML, or anything else, 
depending on what your needs are.

Nick Goupinets.

Robert Simmons Jr. wrote:
> I was looking for examples of how to make my applications SOAP available. I 
> have a web app for people to set up their subscriptions to information 
> wires. But I would like them to be able to access this via their PDA using 
> Can someone point me in the right direction?
> -- Regards
> -- Robert Simmons Jr.
> Author: Hardcore Java, Published March 2004 by O'Reilly
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