This blog will show how to develop, run and deploy JAX-WS based webservices with Glassfish v2 Milestone 3 build JDK 6.
It will demonstrate step by step instructions using the
hello-jaxws sample from the following https://glassfish-samples.dev.java.net
What is different when trying with JDK 6?
JAXB/JAX-WS 2.0 versions of the apis.
This is Part 2 in a series of articles on supporting sessions using WS-ReliableMessaging.
This sample was shown as a demo in the session Reliable and Transacted Web
Services between Java Technology-Based Project Tango and Microsoft
Indigo" TS-1603 Javaone 2006.
This is a part of tri series blogs where in Part 1 we will show one way
In the real world, challenges are encountered in delivering messages. There can be network/connection problems.
Consequently, messages can be lost or delivered out of order. Web
Services Reliable Messaging (WS RM) provides a mechanism to ensure a layer of reliability between potentially unreliable or intermittently connected
Delivering Web Services is one of the primary themes for Mustang (Java SE 6). Our goal is that JSE will provide reasonable support for ease of development for the web services stack. This will primarily be client-side focused with a lightweight server to support callbacks.