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yogendra mishra
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Guys i am in deep trouble at present.I am newbie in web services and things are not getting clear in web services.I have one doubt and it is my request that all the virtuoso present in this forum post their valuable comments.

1.To access a web service present in the Internet in our application what tools are required.I heard that we can do this in ASP.NET,is it true or not.
for example if i have created an application for calculating factorial and suppose i do not want to perform multiplication in my application but want to use a calculator web service that provides multiplication as one of the functions then what i would need to do. And first of all is it possible or not.The main thing is that i want to use these calculator application inside my code of factorial calculation not as a GUI available on a web page.
please post your replies maestros.

2.Also in order to access a particular web service which is present over the internet is it that i require only wsdl file and it would start running when this file is given as an input to any IDE(e.g ECLIPSE) or i by myself would require to parse this wsdl file to determine the parameters for invoking services.
 
Ulf Dittmer
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Please EaseUp, UseAMeaningfulSubjectLine and don't use bold font for an entire post.
 
yogendra mishra
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:Please EaseUp, UseAMeaningfulSubjectLine and don't use bold font for an entire post.


Thanks for your invaluable suggestion.It would have been better if you would have posted a solution to my query.
If keeping the forum posts according to certain rules is as important then the main concept of having a forum for solving the user query would get deteriorated.What is more important is that users get their queries solved.

And as far as title name is considered it is valid as per my requirements.
 
Jim Akmer
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To access a web service present in the Internet in our application what tools are required.

A deployed web service, has a WSDL published describing its interface, and location. So you would need a tool (wsimport, wsdl2java etc) to parse the WSDL file, and generate client stubs. From you application you would use the client stubs to send requests to the web service and get back the response. The soap/xml marshall/demarshall will be transparent to your programing code, provided you use a web services framework.
If you use java there are many frameworks available jax-ws, cxf, axis etc
For .NET I can not help you.
Hope this helps


 
pete stein
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yogendra mishra wrote:
Thanks for your invaluable suggestion.It would have been better if you would have posted a solution to my query.
If keeping the forum posts according to certain rules is as important then the main concept of having a forum for solving the user query would get deteriorated.What is more important is that users get their queries solved.

And as far as title name is considered it is valid as per my requirements.


Please read the FAQ links posted. They are there for a reason and that is to help you get answers. If you look at the links you'll see that your title will have the exact opposite result that you intend and it will tell you why this is so. So if it is most important that users get the queries solved, perhaps it will be in your best interests to read up on why your actions will impede this. The choice is yours.

You may also look on this as a helpful reply or non-helpful, again, it depends on how you approach it and what you with it. But before replying, all I ask is that you look over the links. If after reading them, you still feel they're irrelevant, and I'm just needlessly bashing you, please feel free to complain and I will have no hard feelings.

Best of luck.
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