Use the WSIF providers
A Web Services Invocation Framework (WSIF) provider is an implementation of a WSDL binding that can run a WSDL operation through a binding-specific protocol.
Providers implement the interface between the WSIF API and the actual implementation of a service. Providers are pluggable within the WSIF framework, and are registered according to the namespace of the WSDL extension that they implement. Some providers use the J2EE programming model to utilize J2EE services. If a provider is available, but its required class libraries are not, then the provider is disabled.
WAS includes the following WSIF providers...
- SOAP (over HTTP) provider.
- JMS providers (SOAP over JMS, and native JMS).
- Java provider.
- EJB provider.
See AlsoUsing complex types
Using WSIF to invoke Web services
Developing a WSIF service
Using the JNDI
Interacting with the J2EE container in WAS
Running WSIF as a client