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Accesing a web service from browser [message #186829] Tue, 23 January 2007 21:36 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: lassetarp.gmail.com

Hi.

This question might belong in atf but here goes ...

I'm creating a homepage where I want to use AJAX technology and did a little
testing with DojoAjax in Eclipse and made it work.
But taking AJAX a bit further then floating panels and rounded corners made
me realize the need for accessing web services. So I created a simple web
service at my .NET platform with the purpose to access it from my
Eclipse/Ajax code but then I could not find any support for this operation.

I then made a simple MS VS2005 AJAX application where support for accessing
..NET web services are well supported and as far as I can see SUN are going
the same way in Net Beans 5.5.

To me it would seem like a strong asset to have support for accessing web
services in one of the web tools.

Does anyone know if I have just missed it or on its way?

/Lasse Tarp
Re: Accesing a web service from browser [message #186865 is a reply to message #186829] Wed, 24 January 2007 16:39 Go to previous message
Andrew Mak is currently offline Andrew MakFriend
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Hi Lasse,

This might not be what you are after, but if you create a web service
client with test enabled in WTP, the wizard will generate some sample JSP
pages that allows you to interact with the web service. You could give
that a try and see how it is done. Here's a link to a tutorial:

http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/jst/components/ws/1.5/tutori als/WebServiceClient/WebServiceClient.html

Andrew

Lasse Tarp wrote:

> To me it would seem like a strong asset to have support for accessing web
> services in one of the web tools.
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