Java Web Services and XML
Sun has recently enhanced its Java Technology and Web Services web site. The new site has been totally revamped with "tabbed" navigation, making it easier to learn about Sun's Web Services offerings.
The new site's Overview tab is the perfect landing place to see what is the latest and greatest in Sun's Web Services offerings.
From the new site you can learn about WSIT, JAX-WS, JAXB, JAXP, JAX-...
We heard you and changed it for you!
Web services hub for the Java platform, is released today with a completely
redesigned website. The content is now much better organized using the tabbed
approach and hopefully you'll find it easier to navigate and find your content
intuitively. Here are some of the key points I'd like highlight to help you get
The Java Web services web site has been completely redesigned. Use it and let us know your feedback.
One more venue to ask questions on GlassFish is
rooms. I configured using
Gaim 2.0.0 beta6 and now there. The complete archive of the chat session is
You need to click on << and >> (top of the page) to scroll through the dates.
Alternatively, you can search the entire archive by entering a keyword.
Other that this, you can send a message to
This is my first of multi-series blogs on WSIT Security Configuration
myself will be presenting about
GlassFish at the next Silicon Valley
JUG meeting. Here are the coordinates:
Location...: Google, Inc.
Tunis Conference Room, (Bldg. 43)
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway,
Mountain View, CA
announcement for more details.
here) now is replaced by
Web services planet.
here) is now replaced by
SWDP planet. Each of these planets aggregates posts from the Sun bloggers in
You can also subscribe to feeds from
Web services forum
and SWDP forum.
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When java.net went down for the site upgrade, a lot of work has stopped in my "main" projects, since we couldn't commit changes. It turns out that that is precisely the kind of productivity time that I needed — I spent that time working on smaller projects that needed my attention.
A new version of the JAX-WS 2.1 specification is available for review at: http://jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/maintenance/jsr224/index2.html
Redirecting you to Joe Ottinger's (editor of The Server Side) blog.
Manveen works on XML Web Services and Security and is now
blogging. Welcome to the blogosphere!
She has already posted three entries this week:
XWSS on Maven
On configuring Glassfish keystores
Converting an existing webservice to one using the JSR109 deployment model
Here are some other entries published by Web Services Security
Disabling InclusivePrefixList in XWSS...
JAX-WS "Ask the experts" session log is now online, and also we launched the JAX-WS Guide.
Just posted version 1.2 of the JAX-WS Spring support extension.
In the opening keynote of last day (Day
1 & Day
TheServerSide Java Symposium, Joe asked the following questions, to an
audience of approx 500 Java developers, receiving instant feedback.
How satisfied are you with Sun ?
I just pushed XSOM jars to the java.net maven repository.
In the opening keynote of Day 2 (Day
1), Joe Ottinger, Editor-in-chief of TheServerSide, asked the following
questions, to an audience of approx 500 Java developers, receiving instant
feedback using little handy devices on each attendees table. As with any
surveys, the data may be skewed because of multiple reasons (not all
participating, voting twice, pressing the wrong key etc). But here are...
I've been in Las Vegas for past 2 days attending
Side Java Symposium. Sun is the only platinum
The conference is at
The Venetian, one of the nicest hotels on the strip, but found two
irritating issues for working people:
Using fitness center facilities require you to pay $35/day charge. That
is ridiculous to me. They anyway charge fortune for the room so why this...
jaxws-maven-plugin, which was originally developed at the Codehaus Mojo project, is now available on java.net as version 1.0.
I'll be speaking on "JAX-WS
and WSIT Tangoing with .NET" at The
Server Side Java Symposium, The Venetian,
Las Vegas on Mar 22, 2007 from 10:10-11:10am.
WSIT provides first-class
interoperability between the Web services stack in GlassFish
and .NET 3.0 framework. This talk will show how Web services interoperability is
baked into GlassFish and show how easy it is to create a reliable...
After being able to deploy and invoke a Web service using NetBeans
6, I tried
to install the latest
development build of WSIT plug-in. One big difference (in terms of
ease-of-use) I noticed, from NB 5.5.1 Update Center, is that all the
available modules are now organized in logical categories. And this is nice
because it lets you look for a module in that category.