WSDL-based Web Service is released
By Scott Fehrman on Feb 08, 2008
The Project Open Provisioning ToolKit (OpenPTK) team has announced a new Consumer-Tier application, a WSDL-base Web Service. The new application enables other web (client) applications to perform user provisioning operations. Clients can consume the published WSDL and invoke the service's operations: Create, Read, Update, Delete and Search.
The Web Service application is based on JAX-RPC and leverages the Web Services features of NetBeans. The Project OpenPTK NetBeans guide has been updated to cover the building and deploying of this new application.
This new OpenPTK Consumer-Tier application can be used by composite application tools like Sun's Java CAPS to integrate user provisioning into an Enterprise solution.
The WSDL-based Web Service application is available now. It can be obtained by downloading Project OpenPTK's source code from the openptk.dev.java.net site.
Here's some screen shots of the new WSDL-based Web Service being tested with soapUI