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Blog Archive for iasandcb during April 2006

You can download it from https://jaxb.dev.java.net/tck.html . It's still beta, but I hope we can see a final version as JAXB 2.0 spec and RI is also finalized (very soon).
EWS 1.2 introduces two types of WSDL: PAckaged WSDL - PAWSDL (paw sdle): WSDL files packaged in a module. PUblished WSDL - PUWSDL (poo sdle): WSDL files published during deployment. While JAX-RPC uses interface (java.xml.rpc.Service) for clients, JAX-WS uses class: GenerIc Service Class - GISC (g sc): javax.xml.ws.Service GenerAted Service Class - GASC (gas c): generated service classes extending...
Web services in Java EE 5, or JWS 2.0 changes a lot in packaging endpoints. There are 3 types in a web module: 1. Neither web.xml nor webservices.xml In this case, full annotations are required. 2. No web.xml but webservices.xml Annotations can be overriden by webservices.xml as defined by EWS (JSR 109) 1.2. 3. Partial web.xml and webservices.xml "Partial" here means that web.xml doesn't have any...
While I introduced the term JWS (Java Web Services) 2.0, I realized that the same notion can be applied to Java ME, i.e. JWS ME 2.0: JWS ME 1.0 JSR 172 J2ME Web Services JWS ME 2.0 JSR 279 Service Connection API for Java ME JSR 280 XML API for Java ME
Eclipse 3.2M6 was out and is almost ready for the final. Eclipse 3.2 supports Java SE 5 as well as Java SE 6. Eclipse Web Tools project also unveiled WTP 1.5M5, which is aimed at Java EE 5 with Dali, EJB 3 support and JSF. Once Eclipse 3.2 and WTP 1.5 cut the final simultaneously, you will be able to enjoy developing Java EE 5 applications on top of the full Eclipse support. When it comes to "...