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Spring Web Services 2 Cookbook by Shameer Kunjumohamed, Hamidreza Sattari

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Chapter 2. Building Clients for SOAP Web-Services

In this chapter, we will cover:

  • Setting up a Web-Service client development environment within Eclipse

  • Setting up a Web-Service client development environment using Maven

  • Creating a Web-Service client on HTTP transport

  • Creating a Web-Service client on JMS transport

  • Creating a Web-Service client on E-mail transport

  • Creating a Web-Service client on XMPP transport

  • Creating a Web-Service client using XPath expression

  • Creating a Web-Service client for WS-Addressing endpoint

  • Transforming a Web-Service message using XSLT

Introduction

Using Java API, such as SAAJ, client-side SOAP messages can be generated and transmitted to/from a Web-Service. However, it requires an extra amount of coding and knowledge about SOAP ...

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