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Norazanita Adnan
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can someone help me...

im very new to web service..in fact this is my first web service project... i just know the basic -- wirte the interface and implementation class (In Java) to do web service -- then test it by writing the function.

now my problem is, other team will pass me the dll files and a java codes(to call the dll file and also define what the program is doing) and from there i need to cont with the web service..i dont have any idea how to start with..

hope someone able to help me..give me some idea where and how 2 start or to search for tutorial and examples..

Ive read on JNI, webservice and none help me or give me some idea how can i start.....

Thanks...
 
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You should ask the other team members to teach you this and help you out. This would be the best scenario because it will teach you the material and also generate a sense of "team", and help build relationships.
 
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but the other team is not doing the web service. im the one have to wrap it with SOA. they just generate the dll file....they have no idea what is web service is all about...
 
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but the other team is not doing the web service. im the one have to wrap it with SOA. they just generate the dll file....they have no idea what is web service is all about...


If you don't know how to create a "web service" and the other team does not know about "web services", then no one knows what they are doing.

Who decided that you needed a "web service" anyway? Ask them if they know what they are doing?

If the other team thinks that you know how to create "web services", then this is another story. Is sounds like your experience and abilities were not represented accurately to the organization. How did this happen?

If you intentionally misrepresented your background and experience, then you do not deserve any help. This type of behavior is a leading factor of project failures in the IT industry and should be held in contempt, in my opinion.
[ July 02, 2008: Message edited by: James Clark ]
 
Norazanita Adnan
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i think you your self don't understand the my post..James Clark ...

thanks anyway...

 
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What are the actions of the clients of this web service?

Do they submit data to be processed or just get information on the current state of something?

Are the clients using browser style interaction or will you have to also write client software?

Are the clients knowledgable about SOAP and REST web services already or are they as much beginners as you are?

There are so many ways to approach "web services" that we can't be more specific until we know more.

Most people start by downloading Axis2 or one of the other SOAP toolkits and working through the numerous examples. Don't try to do everything at once, get a simple example working first with fake data.


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If you are using Websphere Application Server5.1 and RAD 6.0 it is bit easy.
Create one simple java project copy that WSDL file (dll file) given by your team. If you are using RAD you will get and option of generating client after right clicking on that WSDL file (Generate client). click on that it open one wizard. Provide necessary information. After complition of wizard. it creates alots of POJO's.. stub classes or you can say serialize and deserialize methods. create jar file of that Jave project and copy it in your shared app. Also refer that jar file in your project. Now you are directly access to all java classes and methods available.
 
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thanks...
 
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