When you say you're using a RESTful service, I'm confused, because you then mention very WSDL-y things like "service", "interface" and "endpoint"! Is this a SOAP/HTTP web service? Is there WSDL available? Or have you just been given a URL template and told to do a GET/POST?
I just clarified that I am not using wsdl approach at all. Because if I use wsdl, I should have all the info (servicename, endpoint etc.).
I just have been provided the RESTful webservice URL and have to do POST to get the successful response.
I hope it clarifies now. Please let me know if you any more detail.
Anybody there to answer my query?
Thanks in advance,
There is basic support for calling restful services in servicemix-http component which can be used by overriding the default marshaller in your xbean with RestProviderMarshaler. If you need added functionality you will need to extend this marshaller yourself and write your own custom marshaller to have more control as you need.