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Apache Axis Live ERP by James Goodwill

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Invoke() method, which is done below. invoke(parameters); When this method is called, it will invoke the addInventory() method of the Inventory web service and pass it the two values for sku and quantity (SKU456 and 8). When it completes, it will return the Integer value result of the addInventory() operation. Note: As for the rest of this client, you don’t need to go over the remaining methods, remove() and getInventory(). They are very similar to the add() method and are just provided to round out the example.

Invoke() method is invoked, which you will see in just a moment. The final property set is the expected return type, which for this example is Integer. XSD_INT); Note: In this example, the properties of the call object are set using each property’s explicit method. setOperationName() method is used to set the name of the web service method that’s going to be invoked. Service provides alternative versions of the createCall() method that allows you to pass most of this information in the createCall() parameter list.

Note: In this section, you have seen the most basic of WSDD files. The complete WSDD references are described later in this text. Deploying the InventoryService Using WSDD Now that you have seen the basic syntax of a WSDD file, try using a couple of WSDD files. In this exercise, you are going to leverage the InventoryService from Chapter 2, Getting Started with the Axis Project, making some minor modifications to the web service itself and adding both deployment and undeployment WSDD files. To do this, you must complete the following steps: 1.

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