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creating webservice clients on J2ME?

 
Volker Bohn
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Hi,
is it possible to create an client which can access to a webservice an use the provided functions?
If yes, there are any documents about this topic?
I've read that webservices accept every kind of client's. So i thought it would be possible..

Hope you can help me.
big thnx and
best regards.
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[ July 10, 2002: Message edited by: START CREW ]
 
Valentin Crettaz
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START CREW,
Welcome to Javaranch
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As for the documents you requested, JSR 172. J2ME Web Services Specification is trying to address the problem.
 
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Well, JSR 172 is not available right now and it is hard to say when it will be available. For now, you can start with tools like kSOAP and kUDDI.
Also, if you are interested, you can read my JavaWorld article, which discusses basics of Java based wireless web services.
 
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Amadeus Startled,

We'd like you to read the Javaranch Naming Policy and change your publicly displayed name to comply with our rule. Thank you.
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Volker Bohn
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I'm at search for more details to create a wireless Webservice Client. I'm using Jbuilder 6 Mobile Kit 2 and Webservice Kit.
Isn't there a easy way to create a wireless solution. If i would create a desktop application for webservices, i only have to import my "wsdl" and use the methodes of my Webservices.
It is impossible that i take any classes from my MIDlet JDK and the originally JDK?

Is there any Tutorial, how to create a wireless Client from a WSDL?!
 
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