Create and test the Web service client.
In this section you use the RAD 6.0 tooling to create a Web service client from the existing SayHello.wsdl.
From the Project Explorer, select Web Services > Services > SayHelloService, and right-click Generate Client.
At the Web Services pop-up, perform the following actions:
Ensure that the Client proxy type is set to Java Proxy.
Select Test the Web service. The Test the Web service option indicates that you want to test the Web service client either through the Web Services Explorer or by generating a test client.
At the Web Service Selection Page pop-up, note that the URI to the WSDL is set to the following:
At the Client Environment Configuration pop-up, make sure Web service runtime: is set to IBM WebSphere and Server: is set to 000-257.
Client type: Web
Client project: Chapter3ClientWeb
Client EAR project: Chapter3ClientEAR
At the Web Service Proxy Page pop-up, ensure that Security Configuration is set to No Security, and click Next.
At the Web Service Client Test pop-up, perform the following actions:
Select Test the generated proxy checkbox.
Test Facility: Web service sample JSPs.
Clear all methods except greet(...).
Select Run test on server.
The wizard automatically publishes Chapter3ClientEAR to the test server and launches the generated test client using the following Web address:
At the resulting Web Services Test Client browser, perform the following actions:
In the Methods pane, select greet(...).
In the Inputs pane: Mikalai
In the Results pane, view the result:
Close the Web Services Test Client.