An example POJO Web service: how to expose the methods of a Java class as a Web service using Axis2.
Sample: POJO (Plain Old Java Object)
This is an example POJO Web service. It shows how to expose the methods of a Java class as a Web
service using Aixs2.
To build the sample service you must have ant-1.6.x installed in your system.
To set AXIS2_HOME in Unix/Linux type:
$export AXIS2_HOME=<path to axis2 distribution>
Building the Service
To build the sample service, type: $ant generate.service or just ant
This will build the AddressBookService.aar in the build directory and copy it to the
You can start the Axis2 server by running either axis2server.bat (on Windows) or axis2server.sh
(on Linux)that are located in <AXIS2_HOME>/bin directory.
The WSDL for this service should be viewable at:
src/sample/addressbook/rpcclient/AddressBookRPCClient.java is a Client that uses RPCServiceClient
to invoke the methods of this web services just like the method invocations of a Java object.
Running the Client
To compile and run, type
src/sample/addressbook/adbclient/AddressBookADBClient is Client that uses a generated stub with ADB
to invoke the methods of this web service.
To generate the stub, compile and run, type
$ant adb.client -Dwsdl=http://<yourhost>:<yourport>/axis2/services/AddressBookService?wsdl
Please contact axis-user list (email@example.com) if you have any trouble running the sample.
AXIS2-pojo.zip( 8 k)
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