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Blog Archive for ramapulavarthi during August 2006

One of the things people want to do while developing Web Services is to look at what the client is sending and receiving. To monitor soap traffic, there are some GUI tools like TCP Monitor and WSMonitor. These monitors are implemented with a 'man in the middle' approach where-in, the monitor listens to a port (Client send requests to this port) and forwards it to another port (Server listens to...
Often you need to override the default WSDL to Java bindings like changing XML Namespace to package mapping, generating asynchronous methods etc. Forget about vendor specific tool features or options you need to pass to customize WSDL to Java mapping. As you know, JAX-WS Specification defines a standard binding language to customize WSDL 1.1 to Java binding. Whatever JAX-WS implementation you...