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Calling WEB Services from JAVA Form

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We have a JAVA client  application running against 8.1.7.4 database and
PL/SQL stored procedures.  We'd like to call out to a web service from this form,
passing data to the web service and receiving data back based on the
input.
The web service provides a variety of geographic data (locality,
state,congressional district, etc.) based on the latitude and longitude
provided.
Given our environment,  how to accomplish this?
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Do you know the location of the web services running? If yes then just connect to it and send/receive the data you want. Maybe you want to take a look here: http://java.sun.com/webservices/docs/1.0/tutorial/ to find out how web services work.
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