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Web Services using AXIS 2

 
Arvind Purohit
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Hi All
I am creating a web services steps are as follows

1. Created a dynamic web project
2. Created a WSDL file
3. Generate code from wsdl

Now i want to know in which generated java file i have to edit to implement my method
and how do i deploy it
I am giving yoy the wsdl file and also java file which are generated


Thank You
WSDL FILE



ConcatRequest


ConcatResponse


ExtensionMapper


SimpleServiceMessageReceiverInOut



SimpleServiceSkeleton



SimpleServiceSkeletonInterface









 
Ulf Dittmer
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That's probably too much code to expect anyone to go through. Can you tell us what you mean by "implement my method"? If there is a WSDL then presumably the web service is already in place? Or is that not what you're asking about?
 
Arvind Purohit
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Thanks You Ulf Dittmer
For your Reply. In this web services i am trying to concatenate two string. I want to know In which file should i write my business logic( ie concatenate of two string )
In SimpleServiceSkeleton file you can see //TODO : fill this with the necessary business logic but i am not getting how to write it.

Can you please give me a tutorial link or book which is explaining about Creation of Web service from WSDL using Axis and Eclipse theat will be a great help to me thank you. If you have any doubt .. how i have generate these code i can explain

Thanks A lot
 
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The first stop for such help should be the Axis 2 web site, which has an extensive tutorial and user guide on how to use it. I advise not to use an IDE so that you learn what's happening underneath.
 
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