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what is the best and easiest way to call the webservice?

  Asked By: Harley    Date: Dec 26    Category: Java    Views: 1044
  

i need to connect a user interface to my webservice i developed from
weblogic workshop which runs on weblogic server .whats the best and
easiest way to call the webservice from a user interface .the steps
involved the creation please detail out .i have seen the previous post
which asks to look through sample jax rpc but i dont quite get it how
to go about it .as of now i have a webservice which run on weblogic
server and connects to a oracle server and i have done this in
workshop so please somebody could detail the whole procedure and also
i send the webservice data to oracle in the form of string i need to
send data in the form of objects for example creating a book object
and the properties of it like isbn,price need to go into each of the
columns in oracle database. plz somebody quickly respond with some
help becaz i need to get this done in a day or 2

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Answer #1    Answered By: Jonathan Harrison     Answered On: Dec 26

wasn't clear to my what type of client this is, (i.e. this user  interface is on a mobile device, applet, standalone app, etc) - it might vary

but following articles can walk you through crealting a client for your web service

java.sun.com/.../index.html

e-docs.bea.com/.../client.html#1069703

 
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