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BEA WebLogic Workshop™ Kick Start by Mark Wutka, Joseph Weber

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Chapter 11. Accessing Web Services from Java

So far, you have seen how to create Web services and invoke them from a browser. You have also seen how to use a control for accessing other Web services from your Web service. Sooner or later, you will need to access a Web service from a Java program or from a JavaServer page.

The Client Side of Web Services

Because Web services use standard protocols like XML, HTTP, and SOAP, you can use existing libraries to access the services. If you’re using Java, however, WebLogic Workshop provides libraries for accessing a Web service. ...

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