Re: A very basic question..

Lew <>
Wed, 15 Apr 2009 08:43:36 -0700 (PDT)
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who said :

Can a libray/jar using a web service encapsulated/implemented in one
of the web services framework, Axis for example, pass an object
returned by web services call to client encapsulating/implementing web
service in different web services framework, GlassFish for example?

Standard XML-based web services, i.e., those using WSDL and so forth,
can interoperate just fine. It is routine for a Web service
implemented in Java or .NET to be accessed by Java, .NET, Perl or
other clients.

Roedy Green wrote:

Objects can be shared only within a running JVM. Your frameworks will
run in different JVMs. To share information between them, you could:

1. leave messages in a SQL database.

2. send HTML requests to each other.

3. set up an TCP/IP socket pipe.

This is the basis for some of the other solutions, or one could layer
Java serialization over it.

4. write files.

5. communicate with RMI.

6. Communicate with CORBA.

7. Use web services via HTML or SMTP.


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