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.Net Web Service Using Java
|Language:||English||Quality:||Average||Has Audio:||true||Source:||SkillMatter||Media:||Flash||Posted On:||06 Feb 09|
Do you need to consume a .net webservice using Java? Well, both Daniel and Mike have real world experience integrating with .Net Web Services. In this presentation they show how to do this using Apache AXIS, and compare it with JAXWS.
Mike Burton talks about his and Daniel's experience with consuming a .Net web service using Java and Apache Axis2. As Mike explains, the reason for moving to Axis was caused by errors and exceptions received when they passed double or int values within the .Net environment or when they used JAX-WS. He goes through the solution step-by-step, explaining how he and Daniel installed and configured Axis2 and built the client after creating the client code via wsdl2java. Finally, Mike provides a brief demonstration of the working application.
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