Originally posted by Micheal John:
I want to expose something as services. For example I am writing a hello java program which will return "Hello World" string and i want to expose this as service. So I can use either servlet/EJB/standalone java for this.
So i will registry this service in UDDI so that users can use this service.
How can a user (both java/non-java client) will access this service?
What is purpose of Java2WSDL and WSDL2Java? Where it will be used?
Which one will be created first WSDL or Java?
What is role of SOAP?
Can anyone explain me what are the steps needs to be done if a user wants to write a java program to be exposed as service and how the client will access it?
You mentioned servlets and EJBs can be published as web service. But I think, any java class (talking only about java) can be published as web service
Originally posted by ankur rathi:
You mentioned servlets and EJBs can be published as web service.