IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal, Developing JSF applications using WebSphere Studio V5.1.1 -- Part 5
Creating a JSF Web service client using the Web service proxy component
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Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: May 12, 2004
In prior installments of this 5-part series, we built Java™ Server Faces forms using Rapid Application Development (RAD) JSF components, and saw how JSF works with Web Data Object/Service Data Object technology, and even with existing J2EE technology. In this final installment, we will use the JSF Web service component to invoke a Web service.
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