3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 12, 2005 10:38 AM by Thomas Diesler

    Step by Step Tutorials

    Thomas Diesler Master

      There are two new tutorials on the wiki targeted for folkes that are new to WS4EE.

      Providing a Web Service Step by Step

      http://www.jboss.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=WSStepByStepServer

      Consuming a Web Service Step by Step

      http://www.jboss.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=WSStepByStepClient

      Cheers

        • 1. Re: Step by Step Tutorials
          Dan Smith Newbie

          Thanks, it's great to see these tutorials. But why do you use rpc/literal services when document/literal is what is more interoperable with other platforms? .NET just ignores rpc/literal services...

          Any chance of getting a tutorial to show what would be different in these tutorials to deploy and consume the same service if it were deployed as document literal? For the life of me I can't get that to work. It seems to me it should be just a matter of replacing "-f:server" with "-f:client" in the wscompile command, but that doesn't seem to work. Maybe I'm just doing something stupid, but I can't find examples of dcc/literal anywhere!

          • 2. Re: Step by Step Tutorials
            Dan Smith Newbie

            Sorry.... before when I said replace "-f:server" I meant to say replace the "-f:rpcliteral" with "-f:documentliteral"...

            • 3. Re: Step by Step Tutorials
              Thomas Diesler Master

              Yes I am looking into it, how to change the samples so that they demontrate both styles.

              You are absolutely right, if you want to do java to java RPC, using WS makes little sense.

              Business parties wanting to exchange complex documents are well adviced to use document/literal WS