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From "Ajith Ranabahu" <ajith.ranab...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [axis2] client development
Date Sat, 17 Jun 2006 10:26:31 GMT
Hi,
perhaps you will need to check out the Axis2 service client. It has a
dynamic mode where you can pass in a WSDL file reference to the
constructor and the service client configures itself :)

Ajith

On 6/16/06, Mike_McAngus@wendys.com <Mike_McAngus@wendys.com> wrote:
>
> SoapUI also makes their source available.  You could peruse it for ideas on
> dynamically creating service clients from WSDLs.
>
>
>  Mike McAngus
>  Associate Chief Engineer, Enterprise Architecture
>  Wendy's International, Inc.
>  One Dave Thomas Boulevard
>  Dublin, OH 43017
>
>
>
>
> Tony Dean wrote:
>
> Thanks, I will check this out as a testing tool.  But, one of my main
> focuses is to be able to read a wsdl and invoke a given service with it's
> desired input programatically.  The input may be simple and/or complex types
> and the service endpoint may be any style or use.
>
>  ________________________________
>
> From: Mike McAngus [we need a way to remove eddresses from this list so that
> spammers don't use this list to harvest eddresses]
>  Sent: Thursday, June 15, 2006 10:55 AM
>
>  To: axis-dev@ws.apache.org
>  Subject: Re: [axis2] client development
>
>
>
>  Tony,
>
>  I don't see any replies so far.
>
>  Have you looked at SoapUI ( http://www.soapui.org/ )?
>
>  So far, it has been able to interact with all the Services I've had to
> investigate.
>
>
>  Mike McAngus
>  Associate Chief Engineer, Enterprise Architecture
>  Wendy's International, Inc.
>  One Dave Thomas Boulevard
>  Dublin, OH 43017
>
>
>
>
>  Tony Dean wrote:
>
>  Hi,
>
>  I will preface this saying that I have not done much client development...
> spending much of my time developing web services themselves.  Now, I have
> need to develop a client that can take an arbitrary wsdl on the fly and
> generate SOAP requests irregardless of the web service endpoint style
> (rpc/document, literal/encoded).  The SOAP envelope request will need to be
> generated at runtime so that they process is truly dynamic.  I was thinking
> of using something like wsdl4j to interpret the wsdl and then generate the
> payload accordingly.  Is this the right approach?  In your client samples
> you basically have a ServiceClient that can send OMElement structure in
> varying MEPs.  Is there an API that I can use to tell you for instance that
> this request is an rpc request with such and such parameters.  Or is this
> left up to the programmer to encode in the OMElement structure?  Just
> looking for some insight and direction.
>
>  Thanks for your time.
>
>  Tony Dean
>  SAS Institute Inc.
>  919.531.6704
>  tony.dean@sas.com
>
>  SAS... The Power to Know
>  http://www.sas.com
>
>
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Ajith Ranabahu

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