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Java Web Services and XML

You're back from JavaOne, with buzz words of cool new technologies you heard about still ringing in your ears. Here you are sitting at your desk, thinking about all the cool stuff you wish you could learn. Well, there is HOPE. Did you know that Sun Microsystems Inc. offers comprehensive training and certification for several Java technology components and the Java Platform, Enterprise...
on May 17, 2007
Web Services Interoperability Technologies (WSIT, aka Project Tango), integrated in GlassFish V2, is an implementation of key WS-* specifications and provides first-class interoperability with Microsoft .NET 3.0 framework. Here is a collection of quotes from developers, media and partners endorsing WSIT in the past few months. 1. Microsoft, Sun Do Web Services Interoperability Tango (Personal...
on May 16, 2007
JAXB RI just got one step closer to the world domination :-) Vivek told me that Oracle shipped OC11J technology preview (OC4J is their application server), and that apparently bundles the JAXB RI.
on May 14, 2007
I've never used Ruby or Ruby-on-Rails but now that JavaOne 2007 is over, I decided to spend some time understanding the hype behind it. I'll publish this as a multi-series entry sharing my experience. Ruby-on-Rails main download page requires you to download Ruby, RubyGems and then install Rails. And even then it's missing Apache and MySQL. For a first timer, this is way too many packages to...
on May 14, 2007
29,800 customers and 646,000 subscribers of salesforce.com - they can now use fast and furious JAX-WS tools and runtime to access and interact with their applications programmatically. The JAX-WS team at Sun has worked closely with Salesforce team to create QuickStart, Enterprise and Partners (to be hosted soon) bundles using JAX-WS 2.1.1. Each bundle is Self-contained, with all pre-...
on May 13, 2007
The JAX-WS 2.1 APIs are finalized and have been released at the JSR 224 page on jcp.org. You can read my previous blog about the contents of JAX-WS 2.1. JAX-WS is part of the Glassfish community.
on May 8, 2007
Interested in first-class support for GlassFish in IntelliJ IDEA ? Vote here. Since this is still a wish for IntelliJ developers, consider using NetBeans IDE that provide comprehensive support for GlassFish. Developing/deploying a Web service on GlassFish using IntelliJ (and here) was certainly non-intuitive. I tried it few weeks ago and the plug-in might have improved since then. Technorati:...
on May 1, 2007
A 52-inch Flat screen TV for a blog entry, that makes your blog entry worth $3299.99 + tax. Really, that's all you need to do. In three simple steps: Download and install Java EE 5 SDK Update3 Preview or GlassFish v2 Try it's new and exciting features Blog about it and provide a link to your blog. Here is why you may like to download and try them...
on May 1, 2007
As mentioned earlier, Ask the WSIT Experts (Web Services Interoperability Technologies, aka Project Tango) is now live! Please start shooting your questions and we are ready. Technorati: wsit tango webservices glassfish
on Apr 30, 2007
Want to know how to build federated security in Web Services across trusted domains with WSIT? See this screencast to learn how. A little Background: WSIT, is a short name for Web Services Interoperability Technology, an integrated part of GlassFish v2 M4. It's an open source implementation of key WS-* technologies and provide first class interoperability between Sun's Web services stack...
on Apr 29, 2007
Follow up post from here. Here is a complete list of Sun Web services technical sessions/birds-of-feather sessions, including date and time, at JavaOne 2007: Monday May 7, 2007  10:30am-7:30pm   GlassFish Day Tuesday May 8, 2007  6:00pm-7:00pm TS-6411 JSR 311: The Java API for RESTful Web Services  8:00pm-8:50pm BOF-8034 Extending and...
on Apr 28, 2007
Jitu and I have been working on the JAX-WS JSON extension, which is a JAX-WS RI extension that lets you write one code and have it handle both SOAP and JSON requests. I just posted version 1.1 release of this extension. The following code shows one way of deploying a JSON service: @BindingType(JSONBindingID.JSON_BINDING)@WebServicepublic class MyService {    public Book get(@...
on Apr 27, 2007
You've developed a reliable, secure transactional and interoperable Web service using Web Services Interoperability Technology (WSIT, aka Project Tango) plug-in in NetBeans 5.5.1 and deployed on GlassFish v2. NetBeans IDE provide a very seamless experience to build such a Web service. The primary goal of WSIT is to provide first-class interoperability with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF),...
on Apr 26, 2007
Welcome Ryan! He works on the implementation of WS-Coordination in WSIT. And he starts his blog with a screencast on how to enable distributed Web services transactions between GlassFish v2 and .NET 3.0. Technorati: screencast glassfish web services wsit
on Apr 25, 2007
WSIT Milestone 4 is now available on the Project Tango website and it includes support for WS-Coordination and WS-AtomicTransactions. Supporting these standards in our web services stack allows you to write fault tolerant applications that bridge across heterogeneous systems. Java EE developers can easily write applications that take advantage of distributed transactions that span multiple...
on Apr 25, 2007
As we close in on JavaOne, I've been making more progress on the Spring support. In general, preparing slides is always a useful exercise for me to improve software — first, I really put myself into the users' shoes, which reveals kinks in the details. Second, the amount of text and code I can put in a slide is fairly limited, it forces me to think "why do we really need this extra method...
on Apr 22, 2007
As a follow up to a blog I wrote back in December about simplifying the JAXP API, I have created a community wiki page to continue this discussion. We have received some interesting feedback (see comments in the alluded blog) but feel many of you haven't had a chance to voice your opinion. I've created the community wiki page for this very purpose. Hopefully the use of a wiki will encourage more...
on Apr 20, 2007
As reported earlier, GlassFish team presented at Silicon Valley Java Users Group / Silicon Valley Web Developer JUG @ GooglePlex yesterday. The slides can be downloaded here. Mike Van Riper, co-leader of Web JUG opened few minutes after 7 and then until 9pm we had some interesting discussions/demos around integrated NetBeans tooling experience, Web services support, .NET...
on Apr 18, 2007
I'm Ryan Heaton, and I'm delighted to be given blog space at Java.net. I hope my contributions will add something of value to this terrific community. My expertise pivots around Web service design and development, so I often find myself wielding some pretty sharp two-edged tools: WSDL, XML Schema, JAX-WS, JAXB 2.0, SOAP, REST, etc. Believe me, I've got plenty of experience nursing the wounds...
on Apr 18, 2007
Harold, Marek and I will be answering your questions on Web Services Interoperability Technology (WSIT), aka Project Tango, in an Ask The Expert session during the week of April 30. Project Tango, part of GlassFish v2, provides secure, reliable, transactional and interoperable Web services with Microsoft .NET 3.0 framework. So get your inquisitive minds working and collect your questions about...
on Apr 17, 2007