On the second
anniversary of Microsoft and Sun
entering into a broad technology collaboration, Microsoft exceeded expectations
on this relationship when they decided to join the Java
Community Process (JCP). JCP is an open and participative process to develop
and revise the Java technology specifications, reference implementations and
test suites. The exact details of their participation are...
JavaOne is 6 weeks away and I can
see the momentum building up within Sun for the slideware, demoware, machines
etc. As it gets closer, everything starts revolving around JavaOne. I've been
involved with Project
Tango since it's inception and here is the list of related technical
sessions and BoFs that will be presented:
Welcome Bhakti to blogosphere.
And quite an impressive way to start the blog by explaining the WS-Reliable
Messaging protocol, defining stack and developer responsibilities in Project
Tango, delivery vehicle and updates from the WCF
WS-Reliable Messaging source and binaries will be available on java.net
with support for Glassfish.
Technorati: Web Services
WS-I Testing Tools determine conformance with WS-I
Basic Profile 1.1 (BP 1.1) and Simple
SOAP Binding Profile 1.0 (SSBP 1.0). The testing tools download bundle comes
with two tools that facilitate the
process, they are Monitor and Analyzer. The bundle comes with a
command-line version of these tools but for easier integration with Ant
build scripts, ant
tasks for these tools is available here....
W3C WS-Addressing 1.0 Core
and SOAP Binding
Recommendation. A final stamp from W3C
Advisory committee will convert this into a Recommendation.
This has been a great effort so far for me especially since I was responsible
for Sun's implementation in the CR
interop testing. Marc Hadley
and Pete Wenzel from Sun participated in the
Jitu implemented the support
for Provider-based endpoints in JAX-WS RI.
Without undermining the wonderful effort of JAX-WS esteemed spec leads, here is
an attempt to capture a whiteboard discussion on Provider-based endpoints
possible combinations that Jitu
and I had last Friday afternoon.
JAX-WS 2.0 introduces javax.xml.ws.Provider
interface that is an alternative to a Java service endpoint...
Starting today's nightly, the JAX-WS samples can be easily run on Tomcat 5.5.x. This blog tells you how to install a JAX-WS
nightly build on Tomcat
container and run the samples using that.
Installing JAX-WS 2.0 on Tomcat
Download JAXWS_SI.jar from the nightly
build and install it on your machine by giving the following command:
java -jar JAXWS_SI.jar
This will install JAX-...
If you've been reading my blogs (java.net
and sun.com) and would like to know more about me, read my front page interview at java.sun.com.
Thanks a lot to the folks involved for giving me this space.
The authors of WS-Policy
and WS-PolicyAttachment are hosting
a 3-day interop workshop at SAP AG campus in Walldorf
on April 25-27, 2006. This is
the first public notification of such a workshop around this set of
specifications. We (Sun) will be participating in this workshop with our
implementations of these specifications as part of Project
Tango. The source code of these...
earlier, Sun particiapted in the second plugfest
hosted by Microsoft. Harold,
Vivek, Mike, Jiandong and myself
(all from Sun) spent most of the week in Redmond testing interoperability between Sun's Project
Tango technologies and Microsoft's Windows
Communication Foundation. There were other Sun participants engaged remotely
Again as mentioned, we were bigger and performed...