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With ECF, the remote services can be published "automatically" as web service.
 
With ECF, the remote services can be published "automatically" as web service.
  
Below is an example of doing this for an existing remote service example available on the ECF examples.
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Below is an example of doing this for an existing remote service example available [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Getting_Started_with_ECF's_OSGi_Remote_Services_Implementation here].
  
 
The code is currently located on the [http://ecf1.osuosl.org ECF OSUOSL] site.  Here's the CVS information for this site:
 
The code is currently located on the [http://ecf1.osuosl.org ECF OSUOSL] site.  Here's the CVS information for this site:
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plugins/org.eclipse.ecf.remoteservice.soap.host
 
plugins/org.eclipse.ecf.remoteservice.soap.host
 
</pre>
 
</pre>
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==Publishing the remote service as WS==
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Below is a short description of how to publish as a web service the remote Hello Example Service defined [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Getting_the_Hello_Example_Service here].
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<source lang="java">
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// Lookup IRemoteServiceReference
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IRemoteServiceReference[] serviceReferences = container.getContainerAdapter().getRemoteServiceReferences(targetID, IHello.class.getName(), null);
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// Get remote service for reference
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if(serviceReferences == null ||serviceReferences.length == 0)
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throw new ECFException("The remote reference is not available : "+IHello.class.getName());
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IRemoteServiceReference reference = serviceReferences[0];
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IRemoteService remoteService = container.getContainerAdapter().getRemoteService(reference);
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ISoapServerContainerAdapter soapContainerAdapter =  (ISoapServerContainerAdapter) ContainerFactory.getDefault().createContainer().getAdapter(ISoapServerContainerAdapter.class);
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//"hello" It will be the web service name and "*" the allowedMethod
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soapContainerAdapter.deployRemoteServiceAsWebService("hello", "*", remoteService);
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</source>
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After it the web service can be consumed through the endpoint "http://localhost:8080/services/hello";

Revision as of 05:12, 20 June 2010

With ECF, the remote services can be published "automatically" as web service.

Below is an example of doing this for an existing remote service example available here.

The code is currently located on the ECF OSUOSL site. Here's the CVS information for this site:

anonymous:  :pserver:anonymous@ecf1.osuosl.org:/ecf
extssh:  :extssh:ecf1.osuosl.org:/home/cvs/ecf

module: 
plugins/org.eclipse.ecf.remoteservice.soap.host

Publishing the remote service as WS

Below is a short description of how to publish as a web service the remote Hello Example Service defined here.

// Lookup IRemoteServiceReference
IRemoteServiceReference[] serviceReferences = container.getContainerAdapter().getRemoteServiceReferences(targetID, IHello.class.getName(), null);
 
// Get remote service for reference
if(serviceReferences == null ||serviceReferences.length == 0)
	throw new ECFException("The remote reference is not available : "+IHello.class.getName());
 
IRemoteServiceReference reference = serviceReferences[0];			
IRemoteService remoteService = container.getContainerAdapter().getRemoteService(reference);
 
ISoapServerContainerAdapter soapContainerAdapter =  (ISoapServerContainerAdapter) ContainerFactory.getDefault().createContainer().getAdapter(ISoapServerContainerAdapter.class);
//"hello" It will be the web service name and "*" the allowedMethod
soapContainerAdapter.deployRemoteServiceAsWebService("hello", "*", remoteService);

After it the web service can be consumed through the endpoint "http://localhost:8080/services/hello";

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