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SOAP is as secure as HTTP is...SOAP travels across HTTP and enters via port 80, as does HTTP. The only difference is that a SOAP message carries a payload of XML, whereas HTTP would normally carry...more
My Java based SOAP Service needs to external connections in the internet but it is behind a proxy server (on an intranet). How do I tunnel through the firewall?
Suppose your proxy server is called "proxy.foo.com" and it is on port 9999. There are a couple of ways of configuring Apache to use a proxy. One solution is to use the JVM capabilities to deal wit...more
Web Services Journal has an article: JAXM: Interoperable SOAP Communications for the Java Platform.
I am trying to run this XALAN sample and I have a JSP page whicn performs transformations, I am getting this exception "javax.xml.transform.TransformerConfigurationException: Namespace not supported by SAXParserNamespace " Does anybody know why??
I am trying to run this XALAN sample and I have a JSP page whicn performs transformations, I am getting this exception "javax.xml.transform.TransformerConfigurationException: Namespace not s...more
Is it possible to use XSLT to remove elements with duplicate values from an XML file? For example, given the following: <example> <element>A</element> <element>B</...more
What is the relationship between the Sun Projet X library and JAXP? Is there any other library aside from Project X which allows regestering my own classes which are created when certain XML elements are encountered (like factory.addMapping (props, classloader) in Project X)?
What is the relationship between the Sun Projet X library and JAXP? Is there any other library aside from Project X which allows regestering my own classes which are created when certain XML eleme...more
PushToTest is a free open-source utility for testing SOAP-based Web services for scalability and performance.
No, Tomcat has no built-in support for Web Services. However, since Web Services are all built on HTTP, it is possible to write your own SOAP or XML-RPC servlet.
Developer's Guide to Building XML-based Web Services with the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE)more
Web services constitute a distributed computer architecture made up of many different computers trying to communicate over the network to form one system. They consist of a set of standards that ...more
http://java.sun.com/xml/jaxpack.html is a bundle of XML technologies from SUN. It supports SAX, DOM, XSLT, SOAP, UDDI, ebXML, and WSDL into one convenient download.more
You can do one of two things: Replace the Tomcat system files jaxp.jar and parser.jar (located in TOMCAT_HOME/lib) -- that is, delete them and install the Xerces jars in their place Include your ...more
Is there any ready made parser avaialble to parse HTML or to convert HTML to XML or XHTML ? Basically I want to extract data from HTML.
Try using Tidy http://www.w3.org/People/Raggett/tidy/ to clean up the HTML.
Voice eXtensible Markup Language (VoiceXML) specifies an XML-based markup language for speech recognition and synthesis applications using landline and mobile phone systems. Many J2ME-enabled dev...more
I am trying to generate an XML file using the JAXP API. From a Java application it works correctly but when used in a JSP it gives a SAXException. I am running JSP page on the Java Web Server. Why is this happening?
It looks like your JSP file in the webserver is not able to reach the SAXparser jar file. Make sure the classpath is set properly before running the webserver and also inclusion of jar file is mad...more