Quote Originally Posted by jrevans View Post
Thanks pault. I just looked at the JAX-WS stuff. Interesting.
My biggest problem is that I've never done Java development for Niagara (and haven't seriously written in Java for ten years....)
That might be a problem
Niagara is a quite big framework with some not so simple mechanisms.

I recommend you to build a very simple command line WS client first (without any Niagara stuff) just to understand SOAP and Java WS.
Then you could take a look on Niagara services on how to transmit WS data to Niagara objects.
A fully functional Niagara driver seems to be an overkill here.