Simple question re invoking non-WebLogic web services

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November 30

I have a very simple question that I haven't been able to resolve elsewhere.
I need to invoke 3rd-party SOAP interfaces from my WebLogic 6.1 client EJB. All
the Bea documentation I've found refers to invoking "WebLogic Web Services" and
speaks of downloading the client.jar -- however, in my case it's not a "WebLogic
Web Service" I'm invoking, it's a non-WebLogic web service.
Does WebLogic 6.1's WebServiceProxy (or other tool) allow this? Or must I use
some other SOAP tool such as Apache Axis in this case?
Thanks.
Cheers,
allan

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Could this interopability problem have something to do with a problem
I'm experiencing on 61.sp3?
I have an EJB that accesses SOAP services on a Tomcat server. The SOAP
service sends back a SOAP exception which is correct in what I am asking
in to do. However, the weblogic app server is returning a SOAP
exception to my EJB rather than passing the SOAP exception to the API
that I am using to make my SOAP calls.
Has anyone seen something like this?
Sandy Mustard
john wrote:
>
The 'samples/examples/webservices/rpc/javaClient/XMethodClient'
is an example of how to invoke a non-WL webservice. You can
use that code within your EJB.
The javadocs for the WebServiceProxy class (from BEA's site)
will give you more methods that may be useful to you.
Note that your best bet, if possible, is to use the JAX-RPC
APIs within WebLogic 7. The SOAP support in WL6.1 has
interoperability issues.
-john
"Allan Halme" <[email protected]> wrote:
I have a very simple question that I haven't been able to resolve elsewhere.
I need to invoke 3rd-party SOAP interfaces from my WebLogic 6.1 client
EJB. All
the Bea documentation I've found refers to invoking "WebLogic Web Services"
and
speaks of downloading the client.jar -- however, in my case it's not
a "WebLogic
Web Service" I'm invoking, it's a non-WebLogic web service.
Does WebLogic 6.1's WebServiceProxy (or other tool) allow this? Or must
I use
some other SOAP tool such as Apache Axis in this case?
Thanks.
Cheers,
allan

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