This option works when using the built-in message sender implementations: .
One of these implementations will be used by default for HTTP based services unless you customize the Spring WS configuration options supplied to the component.
Suppose you are deploying all your stuff on Apache Tomcat.
Suppose you are about to develop some web services. I will omit the web service contract design phase and assume we are developing SOAP web service and WSDL (or XSD schema) is already available.
For example, if there is a need to add some details to SOAP fault in case of any exception, here is the way to do that: package org.example; import org.springframework.stereotype.
For example there is one that checks if a bean implements Spring has to create them before it creates the “regular” beans.
There are number of choices you can do that (including Apache Axis 2). The best way (in my opinion) to generate Java model from WSDL is to use JAXB2 specification implementation.
There are several ways to get it done: - using xjc compiler - using Maven 2.x/3.x plugin (I lean towards this one and use it all the time) Ok, so we have our Java classes (with JAXB2 annotations), generated from our WSDL. Request Payload; import org.server.endpoint.annotation. Response Payload; import org.soap.server.endpoint.annotation. Soap Action; @Endpoint public class User Profile Endpoint There are a few important things to mention: - @Endpoint annotation tells Spring Web Services that we have web service endpoint - @Soap Action annotation (on the methods) tells Spring Web Services that method in question is responsible to handle particular SOAP action - @Response Payload and @Request Payload annotations tell Spring Web Services to extract payload from SOAP message, deserialize it to Java classes (using JAXB2 binding), and match input/output parameters against declared handlers (methods) That's pretty much it to make things work!
On the service provision side, a first-class endpoint artefact is introduced including functional tests for endpoints.
When consuming services, a Web Service Template is provided, in much the same vein as the Spring Web Service Template, that integrates more naturally with the rest of your Groovy code.