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Java client to C# web service

I have a C# web service running on a machine that I would like to
connect to with a Java client.

To verify the web service is working properly, i quickly made a C#
client, added a web reference, and connected to the web service no
problem.

My problem is developing the Java client. I'm creating a socket and
then just sending the soap requests through out.println() to the web
service, but it's not working at all. Any advice?

Apr 8 '06 #1
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Did you send http request headers before the <soapEnvelop>?
Apr 9 '06 #2
You should connect with a java soap client. I've had Apache Axis
(http://ws.apache.org/axis/) used to connect to our web services and it
seems to work very well.

Robert May
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I have a C# web service running on a machine that I would like to
connect to with a Java client.

To verify the web service is working properly, i quickly made a C#
client, added a web reference, and connected to the web service no
problem.

My problem is developing the Java client. I'm creating a socket and
then just sending the soap requests through out.println() to the web
service, but it's not working at all. Any advice?

Apr 10 '06 #3

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