2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 1, 2008 2:44 PM by neilac333

    Web Service Clients in Seam

    neilac333 Novice

      Chapter 20 in the Seam documentation is dedicated to exposing POJOs as web services and integrating them into a conversational context. This should be helpful to me when I find myself publishing services.

      However, I also need to consume web services. This means, at least for me, the ability to read a published WSDL, generate classes from the schema portion of it, and exchange SOAP messages with the service by means of those generated classes. Does Seam currently offer a means of doing this? For those familiar with Spring Web Services, I have a bit of experience doing this with JAXB and the WebServiceTemplate:

      http://static.springframework.org/spring-ws/site/reference/html/client.html#client-web-service-template

      But I would like to see if I can pull off both the publishing and consumption of web services in Seam only.

      Thanks for any insight.