IBM WebSphere Studio and Microsoft .NET working together -- Part 1

Invoking a .NET Web service from a WebSphere Studio Client

From the developerWorks archives

Ope-Oluwa Soyannwo

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: August 27, 2003

This two-part article describes how to build Web services in both IBM WebSphere Studio and Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. It demonstrates the interoperability between WebSphere Studio and .NET. It also provides detailed deployment instructions for invoking Web services that return objects and nested objects. Part 1 describes how to invoke .NET Web services deployed in IIS from J2EE clients developed with WebSphere Studio. Part 2 describes how to invoke J2EE Web services deployed in the WebSphere Studio Test Environment from .NET clients developed with Visual Studio .NET.

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