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10. Calling Web Services from Flash Remo... > 10.5. Wrapping J2EE and JRun Web Ser...

Wrapping J2EE and JRun Web Services

Accessing a remote web service from a Java application server or JRun 4 is a little more complicated than utilizing a web service from ColdFusion MX or ASP.NET. You need to manually create the proxy for the web service, using some tools that are readily available and preinstalled as part of the JRun 4 installation.

JRun 4 comes with a command-line tool called wsdl2java.exe (located in the Jrun4\bin directory), which is part of the Apache Axis implementation of SOAP. If you are using an alternate J2EE server, you can download the necessary components from http://xml.apache.org/axis. The wsdl2java tool from the Apache web site is a Java .jar file rather than a command-line program. More information on the classes can be found at http://xml.apache.org/axis.


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