AWDB Web Service Help
The AWDB (Air-Water Database) Web Service provides methods for programmatically accessing data, metadata (elements, units, stations, etc.), 30-Year Normals, and water supply forecasts.
Lets users run any methods of the Web Service, set SOAP requests, SOAP responses, and the actual data returned. This is a powerful tool that allows users to look at data to test the Web Service to ensure it returns what is wanted before implementing the calls in code.
The Web Services Description Language (WSDL) file fully describes the AWDB Web Service. It's an XML document that defines all the calls that can be made on the Web Service, the parameters and return values for each call, and the address of the service.
Helps new users get started using the Web Service. The tutorial contains an overview, details on how to generate Java client stubs, how to create an instance of the awdbWebService object, and several use cases.
Answers to questions from our users.
A complete listing of all the Methods, Classes, Network Codes, and Element Codes in the AWDB Web Service.
Contains important information associated with updates and changes to the AWDB Web Service. It also contains Release Notes describing recent enhancements and defect fixes.