Re: one-way invocations

From: Guadalupe Ortiz <>
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2005 20:36:51 +0100

I am lost in the first step. I mean, by now I am just trying to build a
client which invokes a service building the SOAP message itself (not with
JAXRPC). Can anybody send me an example of what I have to build for example
to invoke a service call "service1" at endpoint http://service1 with
operation "Operation1" and param "param1".

Thank-you very much
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alessio Cervellin" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, February 20, 2005 8:15 PM
Subject: Re: one-way invocations

> Guadalupe Ortiz wrote:
> > I know how a a client can do a one -way invocation to a service in
> > But, what about if I want the client to receive a message for other
> > which he has not invoked. Is it possible? How the client expects the
> maybe you just need to write a servlet which listens for incoming soap
> messages... in older jwsdp versions (1.1?) you could do this by writing
> a simple servlet (client side) which extends JAXMServlet and implements
> the ReqRespListener. Then you've to implement the onMessage() method
> whose invocation is triggered by the arrival of a SOAP request (which is
> sent by the server side of you web service).
> I dunno if this is still valid with the latest JWSDP versionsof if there
> are better approaches...
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