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Hi. Ranchers...me once again need help from you all..me very new to web services.i am trying to use a web service done in apache axis.I can verify it from command promt.e.g. its an example multiplication web service who takes two parametrs and give multiplictaion result on command promt.But my problem is i want this to work with a JSP.
To summarise i want to know how to call a web service with JSP.Any example tutorial would help me a lot.
Thanks for your time.
 
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You can either use a scriptlet to call your webservice from within a JSP or better way is to write a custom tag (more reusable) to invoke your webservices.
 
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Hi.Thanks for your time.Any websites which can clearify this in details if you are having the time please.
 
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