Consuming web services with jboss

Question!

Can someone point me a good step-by-step tutorial to consuming an already running web service in java?

PS: I tried creating the classes with wsconsume, but it cries with
[ERROR] rpc/encoded wsdls are not supported in JAXWS 2.0. (my web service is rpc/encoded)

If I can consume web services entirely by hand (using no wizards), and understand how is it working, then I'll be happy.

Thanks!

Update: I have found out that rpc web services are not consumed using jbossws, but jboss-jaxrpc, which implements the JAX-RPC specification. I've found a guide for JAX-RPC here, but I'm still looking for other guides that could help.



Answers

How about the JBossWS website? The details on the client side wsconsume tool are probally what you will look at first.



You can also consume web services with Spring WS.

By : tunaranch


Apache CXF is the easiest way to get webservices running. Specifically look at the Simple Frontend. The simple front end uses reflection to convert the method/data types to a webservice. It doesn't get much easier than that.

CXF is pretty stable, but does not include all the WS specifications (WS-Eventing for example).

By : Joshua


This video can help you solving your question :)
By: admin