Thursday, July 26, 2012



If you are new to web services and SOAP.

Then I would recommend Eben Hewitt's book "Java SOA Cookbook" and soapUI:



On Thursday, July 26, 2012 9:03:37 PM UTC+10, Nitheesh Chandran wrote:
Okay thanks for the information. Do you have experience of writing a soap client on the GWT server ? or else can i get any links regarding that ?Or do we have any alternatives that can be used instead of SOAP ?

On Thursday, July 26, 2012 1:59:28 AM UTC+5:30, Rob Whiteside wrote:
You are right that GWT does NOT have built in support for making SOAP calls.  GWT (like all javascript that runs in the browser) is subject to Same-Origin-Policy rules.  So you couldn't call any remote soap service anyway.  You can to do GWT-RPC to get to your server, then write a soap client on the server that sorta "proxies" the calls to the soap webservice.


On Tuesday, July 24, 2012 10:54:52 PM UTC-7, Nitheesh Chandran wrote:

 Can we use GWT and SOAP  ? i read from some documents that GWT does not have a built in support for SOAP and  another document says it can be used in server side of GWT. it is a little bit confusing. Can anyone give me a clarification on this. Also i read SMART GWT has built in support for SOAP webservices. But i am looking for GWT AND SOAP. Is that possible ?


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