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Regarding:XML-RPC(HTTP POST)

 
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please clarify
How can access the interface which only accepts HTTPPOST(XMLRPC) and response is XML Stream of object
Is it correct to say only through Servlet can send a request to the interface?
or From SessionBean can possible to send a request?
please clarify
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Hi Bala,
You can send requests using XML/RPC from either a POJO, Servlet, SessionBean or MDBs. If you use any third part tools like Apache XML/RPC, you just need to create the RPCClient and invoke upon them. We call XML/RPC from a MDB in our project. If your operation returns XML, we can fulfill the requirement pretty easily.
Hope this helps.
Bijan
 
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