WebService on Java server versus WebService on .NET

Discussion in 'Java' started by Mr. x, Oct 9, 2003.

  1. Mr. x

    Mr. x Guest

    Hello,

    I am looking at the client side, which use web service.
    If I use webservice of .NET the result of webservice is transfered by
    SOAP/WSDL protocols to the client.
    I know this is true for .NET.

    Does Java platform use the same protocol for sending and retriving data back
    and forth from client to server / vice versa ?

    If so, I should take care of the client side, that the web-service was on
    ..net server, or on java server, or whatever - the behaviour will be the same
    for both kind of web-service servers (java based platform, or .NET), and I
    won't need any changes in the client side - am I right ?

    Thanks :)
     
    Mr. x, Oct 9, 2003
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  2. Mr. x

    Mr. x Guest

    Thanks, great knowing that ...
    :)

    If I want to use web-service in Java applet - I was told about the : Apache
    Axis, but for one who want only to call and use web-services, it sounds to
    be too complex, and it is because it has many things arround, not only the
    web-service, and I hardly get to the point...

    I just need a tiny sample of using web-services from java-applet, please (I
    am using JBuilder).

    Thanks :)
     
    Mr. x, Oct 9, 2003
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    Andrew Guest

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    Mr. x wrote:
    | Hello,
    |
    | I am looking at the client side, which use web service.
    | If I use webservice of .NET the result of webservice is transfered by
    | SOAP/WSDL protocols to the client.
    | I know this is true for .NET.
    |
    | Does Java platform use the same protocol for sending and retriving
    data back
    | and forth from client to server / vice versa ?
    |
    | If so, I should take care of the client side, that the web-service was on
    | .net server, or on java server, or whatever - the behaviour will be
    the same
    | for both kind of web-service servers (java based platform, or .NET), and I
    | won't need any changes in the client side - am I right ?
    |
    | Thanks :)
    |
    |


    The web service should use SOAP as you say, which is a standard
    protocol, so you should be able to have your client use any webservice
    without needing to worry what technology is providing the webservice.


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    Andrew, Oct 10, 2003
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