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    get XML string returned by web service in java

    dear gurus:

    how can I get XML string returned by web service in java?

    not an object of web service .

    thank you

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    Re: get XML string returned by web service in java

    If you type "java consume web service" about 25,000,000 results pop up showing you, with code even, how to consume a web service. There are two main ways that people do this: using JaxWS (a third party, open source, solution), or by using some of the following Java classes, already there in the SDK:

    javax.xml.rpc.Service
    javax.xml.rpc.ServiceFactory

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    Re: get XML string returned by web service in java

    The easiest and straightforward way would be to connect to the service and parse the response: http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutor...eadingURL.html
    The rest of solutions involve external APIs.
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    Re: get XML string returned by web service in java

    The Java recommended way is using JAX-WS, and as of JSR 109 and SDK 1.6 JAX-WS is actually part of the SDK. Using a WSDL and the classes provided is about 5 lines of code, AND the best part is that you don't have to write your own XML parser.

    Try reading this article: http://java.sun.com/developer/techni...J2SE/jax_ws_2/.

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