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Hi,

I have one query on one business flow like.

The application flow should be an asynchronous .

1, It should fetch some data from database(some rows according to condition).
2, It has to call a soap based service dynamically using the data fetched in the step 1.

My query is like step 1 is possible, come to step 2 , normally if we want to hit any web service, we have create the client for that service using respective wsdl.
Just by knowing the wsdl link at the time of step 1.Can we able to proceed with web service interaction(soap).

I am planning to use Spring batch for this(as I am retrieving multiple rows from DB,I have use each and every row data for calling related web service).Is it supports this requirement?

Thanks,
Venkat.
 
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Maybe you should be looking at Spring Integration? You could of course use it within Spring Batch, but that would be a further step...
 
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