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Consume Web services in Lotus Notes applications, Part 1: Preparing the Java proxy

Jochen Finkbeiner



from THE VIEW, July/August 2006, Volume 12, Issue 4


Take advantage of the vast world of Web services by adding Web service clients to your Notes/Domino release 6 and 7 applications. This first part of a two-part article shows you step by step how to use an IBM development tool to automatically generate, test, and export proxy files for a Web service client without writing a single line of XML code. Part 2 will illustrate how to use the proxy files in a Java agent for consuming Web services in a Notes application. The source files for the demonstration are available at THE VIEW Web site.



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