Use WSIF to invoke Web services
You invoke a Web service dynamically by using the WSIF API directly.
You only specify the location of the WSDL file for the service, the name of the operation to invoke, and any operation arguments. All the information needed to access the Web service (the abstract interface, the binding, and the service endpoint) is available through the WSDL.
This kind of invocation does not require stub classes and does not need a separate compilation cycle.
More information on using the Web Services Invocation Framework (WSIF) to invoke Web services is provided in the following topics...
- Using the WSIF providers.
- Developing a WSIF service.
- Using complex types.
- Using the JNDI.
- Passing SOAP messages with attachments using WSIF.
- Interacting with the J2EE container in WAS.
- Running WSIF as a client.
See AlsoGoals of WSIF
An overview of WSIF
Using complex types
Web Services Invocation Framework (WSIF): Enabling Web services
WSIF system management and administration