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This tutorial takes you through the process of creating a web service client using the ApplicationBuilder interface in Oracle 10g XE. The client will access the services offered by a web service created using the Visual Studio 2005.

  1. Creating an Oracle Web Service Client for a Web Service Created in VS 2005
  2. Creating the Client Application in Oracle 10G XE
  3. Creating a Web Reference
  4. Creating a Client Form
  5. Displaying results from Web Service
By: Jayaram Krishnaswamy
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July 12, 2006

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In this 'breadcrumb," Create Form on Web Service, you choose the service and you choose the operation. "Service" corresponds to the service created in Vb.Net (in this case) and the operation corresponds to the web method in the service. There could be multiple web methods. In this case there is only one, HelloWorld as shown. Click on the button Next

Using the Reusable Page

In this screen you need to choose the page. Since we already created a page we click on the up arrow by the side of default Page2, which opens up a new window where there are two choices, the 101Login and the page we created earlier, OracleClient (not to be confused with the OracleClient program). Choose OracleClient and click. This will make Page1 replace Page2.


The next page is for input, if any. Since for this service there is no input (this screen shot is not shown), click Next.

This is the output parameter stage of the page creation. Clicking on the button Next will take you to the "tabs" stage of the page creation wizard, but since there were no tabs in this page, the wizard wisely skips this and goes to the "Confirm" stage as shown.

Now click on the button CreateForm to create the form. We could have also started with a form in the first place. This brings you to the successful end of creating the form. You can run the form, or edit the form by choosing to click on either of these icons. Let's try "run" by clicking on it.

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