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Creating webservice client through emf(eclipse modeling framework) sdo project  RSS feed

 
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Hi, Im new to creating web service client through emf framework.

Is there any place where i can find good documentation for making emf web service client for rpc/encoded webservices?
I am trying to create a web service client through emf project in RAD 7.5 from a wsdl which is of style rpc.



1. I followed this infocenter tutorial http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/wchelp/v7r0m0/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.ibm.commerce.webservices.doc%2Ftutorial%2Ftwvoutbound.htm however in the tutorial wsdl is of document type.
Will that make any difference in the procedure of making the client?



2.Also some of the types of messages in the wsdl are plain integer ie. there is no complex type which is defined for the request object which leads to creation of the sdo through the emf project creation wizard.
such as :




How will i send such a integer in the request xml? As i can see from the tutorial some request object from SDO is passed into the request object (DataObjectInvocationServiceObjectImpl)



3. Also there is no DocumentRoot generated from the emf project wizard . What is its role and is it really required?

4. If i want to add custom header to the soap header to pass authentication information in it instead of the header that is automatically generated how can i do that? eg i want to add such a tag in soap header :





5. Is it possible to send CustomerType Sdo in such a xml format in the soap request? :





How should i proceed to send such a xml since the webservice demands such a request xml ?
 
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