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This free interoperability demo introduces users to the simplicity with which the newly converged WS-RT and WS-RP specifications and existent OASIS specification standards will be able to interoperate with each other.
It includes an online demonstration hosted on alphaWorks with an AJAX-based Web service client, a tool for interoperability testing, which sends SOAP messages to a WS-RT/WS-RP Web service.
The Web demonstration:
service calls to WS-RT and WS-RP Web services. A simple WS-RT/WS-RP Web service,
to be run within the Apache Muse run-time environment, is packaged with the
application. By default, the demonstration will interact with this simple WS-RP
Web service, but it also provides the option of pointing to other Web services.
The Web interface allows users to specify the Endpoint Reference (EPR) of the
WS-RT/WS-RP resource and provides options for invoking WS-RT or WS-RP operations
on that resource. For WS-RT operations, an option is provided for applying any
XSLT style sheet to outgoing and incoming messages. This option performs
WS-RT/WS-RP dialect conversions in order to demonstrate XSLT-based
interoperability. The demonstration provides a style sheet to be used by
default; however, users may specify their own.
Upon invoking a non-XSLT-enabled operation on a resource, the demonstration
displays the SOAP request and SOAP response messages exchanged in the
interaction between the Web client and resource.
Upon invoking an XSLT-enabled WS-RT operation on a resource, the
demonstration displays the original WS-RT SOAP request, the transformed WS-RP
SOAP request, the original WS-RP SOAP response, and the transformed WS-RT SOAP
The Web client demonstration can be run from the alphaWorks server or it can
be downloaded. Installation instructions are included in the downloadable
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