Java Web Services and XML
Web Services Interoperability Technologies
(WSIT, aka Project Tango), integrated in
GlassFish V2, is an implementation of
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.
Microsoft, Sun Do Web Services Interoperability Tango (Personal...
JAXB RI just got one step closer to the world domination :-)
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...
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
and Partners (to be hosted soon) bundles using
JAX-WS 2.1.1. Each bundle is
Self-contained, with all pre-...
The JAX-WS 2.1 APIs are now released at jcp.org.
Interested in first-class support for
GlassFish in IntelliJ IDEA ?
Since this is still a wish for IntelliJ developers, consider using
NetBeans IDE that provide comprehensive
Developing/deploying a Web service on GlassFish using IntelliJ (and
was certainly non-intuitive. I tried it few weeks ago and the plug-in might have
improved since then.
52-inch Flat screen TV for a blog entry, that makes your blog entry
$3299.99 + tax. Really, that's all you need to do. In three simple
Download and install
Java EE 5 SDK
Update3 Preview or
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...
Ask the WSIT Experts (Web Services Interoperability Technologies, aka
Project Tango) is now live!
Please start shooting your questions and we are ready.
Want to know how to build federated security in Web Services across trusted domains with WSIT? Learn more through a screencast.
Follow up post from
Here is a complete list of Sun
Web services technical
sessions/birds-of-feather sessions, including date and time, at
Monday May 7, 2007
Tuesday May 8, 2007
JSR 311: The Java API for
RESTful Web Services
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.
You've developed a reliable, secure transactional and interoperable Web
service using Web Services Interoperability
Technology (WSIT, aka Project Tango)
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
Communication Foundation (WCF),...
Welcome Ryan! He
works on the implementation of WS-Coordination in
And he starts his blog with a
screencast on how to enable distributed Web services transactions between
GlassFish v2 and .NET 3.0.
screencast glassfish web services
WSIT Milestone 4 is now available on the Project Tango website and it includes support for WS-Coordination and WS-AtomicTransactions. I've put together a screencast that shows how to write a transacted Java web service and a MS .Net 3.0 client that interop with each other using these technologies.
As we close in on JavaOne, I've been making more progress on the Spring support.
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.
GlassFish team presented at Silicon Valley
Java Users Group / Silicon
Valley Web Developer JUG @ GooglePlex yesterday. The slides can be
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...
Who's Ryan Heaton, and who let him in here packing that kind of heat?
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...
The JAXB team is happy to announce the availability of the JAXB RI 2.1.3.