[jdom-interest] Re: JDOM document over SOAP
Mark S Petrovic
petrovic at corp.earthlink.net
Sun Feb 3 19:33:57 PST 2002
I ran across this interesting post while searching for tips for
sending a JDOM document from a SOAP service to a SOAP client:
> Most of the SOAP example code uses SOAP's bundled-in marshalling
> methods to set the outgoing parameters and values. Unless
> you're sending something complicated I found it best to use
> the Call object and a Vector to set the parameters. When SOAP
> returns a response it gives you a Response object, which is
> an XML document.
> SAXBuilder responseSAXTree = new SAXBuilder();
> Document doc = responseSAXTree.build( response );
> will create a JDOM object that you can use to read and manipulate
> to find the results of the call. You may find the SoapObject
> code in Load, an open-source project I manage, to be helpful
> in learning SOAP. Load is at http://www.pushtotest.com.
> -- Frank Cohen,
> founder, PushToTest, www.pushtotest.com, phone: 408 374 7426
> Come to PushToTest for Load, a free open-source tool for
> performance and scalability testing and data migration.
The elegance of this solution is quite appealing. However, a
version of the build() method of the SAXBuilder class that takes
an argument of type Response seems not to exist.
How does one address this?
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