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The client demo demonstrates the use of (non-browser) JavaScript to call a CXF server

Hello World Client Demo using JavaScript 
The client demo demonstrates the use of (non-browser)
JavaScript to call a CXF server.

The client side makes call by JAXWS. It uses the Mozilla Rhino library 
to read the JavaScript file and run it.

Building and running the demo server using ant

From the samples/hello_world directory, the ant build script
can be used to build and run the demo.

Using either UNIX or Windows:

  ant build
  ant server  (in the background or another window)

To remove the code generated from the WSDL file and the .class
files, run:

  ant clean

Running the JavaScript client
In another command line window, run the ant "client" target from 
the build.xml file located in the same directory as this README.

Using either UNIX or Windows:
  ant client

When running the client, you can terminate the server process by issuing 
Ctrl-C in its command window.

The client will show this output:
invoke sayHi().   return Bonjour
invoke greetMe(String).   return Hello Jeff

The same time, the server will give this output:
     [java] Executing operation sayHi

     [java] Executing operation greetMe
     [java] Message received: Jeff

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var qname=new Packages.javax.xml.namespace.QName("", "SOAPService");
var curpath=new File("..");
var sepa=File.separator;
var hwpath=curpath.getAbsolutePath()+sepa+"hello_world"+sepa+"wsdl"+sepa+"hello_world.wsdl";
var url = new File(hwpath).toURL();
var ss=new SOAPService(url,qname);
var port = ss.getSoapPort();
var resp=port.sayHi();
print("invoke sayHi().   return " + resp);
print("invoke greetMe(String).   return " + resp);

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