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How to Create a SOAP web service that takes in a single name field

 
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Create a SOAP web service that takes in a single name field ----Related to JAVA

<soap:Envelope

<soap:Body>

<getNameRequest>

<name>Robert</name>

</getNameRequest>

<soap:Envelope>
 
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There are two ways to create a webservice, top-down and bottom-up. In top-down approach, you start with a XSD, WSDL and generate the necessary stub classes using some web service code generation tool like wsdl2java etc... In bottom-up approch you start with a Java method, and generate the WSDL from it. Either way you need WSDL and webservice engine to deploy the service.

You can develop webservice using axis2, metro etc . If you are new to webservice, start with some basics and understand the terminology first : go through WebServicesFaq

 
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