Re: Technology to use Webservice(JAX-RPC??)

From: Vivek Pandey <Vivek.Pandey_at_Sun.COM>
Date: Wed, 05 Nov 2003 06:21:39 -0800

I think you still would need to write some client code on the servlet
which responds to GET/POST from the browser.

One way to do it, is to write a servlet which acts as the client and
acts as proxy, where it takes in the request from a web browser and
dispatches a SOAP request to the web services endpoint. Similarly, on it
receves the SOAP response from the endpoint and sends the request back
to the brwoser.


Venkatasiva KONDAPALLI wrote:

>I have to develop a small Application using webServices(must use
>XML,SOAP technologies).The user will pass some Parameters as request and
>the Response should be an XML(SOAP message) message.User should be able
>to request via browser.(http://localhost:8080/)
>Can you please suggest me which technology is correct to use,so that i
>can use the XML,SOAP in it.
>I looked at JAX-RPC,but i dont want the Client to write something to
>call the Web service.If iam wrong, please correct me.
>Thanks in advance
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Vivek Pandey
Web Technologies and Standards
Sun Microsystems Inc.
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