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Consuming webservice using Java

Posted on 2014-03-07
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Hi Experts,

we are trying to hit the service using Java webservice and the following is what has been used. its going into exception as soon as its reading the third line.

url wsdllocation = new url("http://WSDL");
QName qName = new QName ("Host", "service");
Service s = Service.create(wsdllocation, qName);
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its going into exception as soon as its reading the third line
Can you please post the details of the exception?

Also, if you are able to, posting the WSDL could be of assistance.
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I think that you have not pointed to the wsdl in the right way:
if the service is for example at this endpoint:
http://sample.com/hello/HelloService, then your first line should be like that:
url = new URL("http://sample.com/hello/HelloService?wsdl");
in other words: the URL of the service and "?wsdl" at the end.
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by:Sharon Seth
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QName qName = new QName ("Host", "service");

In that line , host & service shld be varibles pointing to wsdllocation and the service name
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by:kalyangkm
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Thanks guys for the responses. Actually there was an issue with the WSDL, that it has a some number attached to it at the end

like htt://XXXXXXXX?wsdl?12344559333939

and that was changing for session. So we had to go for some stub model which i am not familiar with and someone else is performing that. I will reach out if i have doubts. Thanks.
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