[armedbear-devel] soap calls using java interop
alessiostalla at gmail.com
Fri Jan 4 18:16:14 UTC 2013
On Fri, Jan 4, 2013 at 6:47 PM, Kevin Raison <raison at chatsubo.net> wrote:
> I am having trouble getting certain aspects of a soap client working
> using abcl's java interop; most likely, this is the result of my
> ignorance of how certain things map from java to lisp. Any help would be
> The soap service is defined by this wsdl:
> http://chatsubo.net/~raison/usaepay.wsdl. The provider has a java
> library available for download at
> http://wiki.usaepay.com/developer/soap-1.4/howto/javajaxws. I have been
> able to use this library successfully in abcl (creating objects, calling
> methods on those objects, etc.), except when I need to call any of the
> methods defined in the java.rmi.Remote UeSoapServerPortType interface.
> For example, the method addCustomer is defined in the files
> http://chatsubo.net/~raison/UeSoapServerBindingStub.java and
> http://chatsubo.net/~raison/UeSoapServerPortType.java. No matter how I
> try to find the method (using jcall or various combinations of jmethod
> and class refs), I simply cannot find this method. What am I missing here?
> Thanks for any assistance!
Could you provide an example of how you are invoking those methods,
and how you create the receiver object for those method calls?
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