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Thread: Sending XML over HTTP to Another Application

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    Default Sending XML over HTTP to Another Application

    Hi,
    I have 2 web application ClientA and ServerB. On ClientA application My requirement is I need to read an XML from a file system and then send it to
    ServerB. This XML needs to be sent to ServerB over HTTP or HTTPs. HTTP is enough right now. When ServerB receives the XML, it will
    do some basic validation, say for example one of the validation is if it is well formed. If everything is fine it will send response back to
    ClientA

    Input Message:
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
    <note>
    <from>Jani</from>
    <to>Tove</to>
    <message>Send me Amount details</message>
    </note>

    Syschronous Response:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
    <response>
    <Status code="201" text="Accepted">Acknowledged</Status>
    </response>


    Requirement 2:


    On the server side I need to create a thread or a process which will read say n number of XMLs and send asychronously to ClientA.

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
    <note>
    <from>Tove</from>
    <to>Jani</to>
    <amount>29</amount>
    </note>

    How can it be done? Any thought on this.... I want to use Java/Servlets...


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    Default Re: Sending XML over HTTP to Another Application

    Hi darasgar,

    i know i'm waaaaay tooo late ...but i was hoping that you've found a solution for ur issue above cause i've the same problem
    i reallllly need ur help.

    thank you in advance

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    Default Re: Sending XML over HTTP to Another Application

    Quote Originally Posted by engmti85 View Post
    Hi darasgar,

    i know i'm waaaaay tooo late ...but i was hoping that you've found a solution for ur issue above cause i've the same problem
    i reallllly need ur help.

    thank you in advance
    This is quite an old thread! It may be worth starting your own new thread engmti85.

    For validating the XML, I suggest checking this tutorial:

    http://www.javaprogrammingforums.com...dom-parse.html


    When you say transfer XML via HTTP, do you mean locally on port 80 or over the internet?
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