Last post Oct 27, 2014 10:41 PM by Shawn - MSFT
Oct 25, 2014 01:05 PM|shoab shah|LINK
I have a requirement wherein, i have to consume a java developed web service. I have being surfing around the internet for long time but unfortunately have not found any java developed web service.
Could any one please provide me details of any java developed web service, which is deployed. i.e. i can consume it in my application. If it is a news web service it will be great. Else it could be of any domain.
Please let me know if any further details required.
thanks in advance.
Oct 25, 2014 01:12 PM|AidyF|LINK
The technology that runs the website is irrelevant, you consume a web service the same way regardless of what runs it. You only need to know the particular protocol is supports...ie is it REST, SOAP etc, and go with that.
Oct 26, 2014 01:51 PM|shoab shah|LINK
Thanks for your reply.
I agree with you, on the same lines i got this link http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/32313/How-to-invoke-Java-web-service-in-ASP-net-using-C .
It has example of creating and java web service and consuming the same in .Net.
Just want to consume free web service (for eg. weather, news, etc.) if is developed in java thts great. Else in any technology will do.
Oct 27, 2014 10:41 PM|Shawn - MSFT|LINK
on the same lines i got this link http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/32313/How-to-invoke-Java-web-service-in-ASP-net-using-C .
The above link shows an example for calling a java web service in Asp.net with C#. If you want to know more about Consuming a Java Web Service with a .NET Client, here are some examples also show how to create web servcie in java then invoke from the asp.net
Besides, it's irrelative between the service calling and the platform. When you want to consume the service, you need add the service reference.
Just want to consume free web service (for eg. weather, news, etc.)
If you want to get the free weather web service, you could refer to the links below: