Java Web Services and XML
In this third and last part of a
blog series (part
1 and part
2), I plan to explore the steps to develop/deploy/invoke a Web service
on GlassFish using Eclipse IDE.
Eclipse does not offer GlassFish as a a bundled container. Instead you need
to install GlassFish
plugin for Eclipse explicitly. The plugin requires WTP 1.0
installed in Eclipse so I
did that following the instructions. After...
Thanks to Robin
Wilton for the link.
about how Sun and Microsoft
achieved product-level interoperability between GlassFish
Vista. A quote from the article ...
"as these two teams worked together to bring about some calm in the
turbulent seas of Web services, they found that engineering knows no prejudice.
The result, three years later, is Sunâ€™s Web Services...
interesting article on
Project Tango. Having participated in all the plugfest trips to Redmond, I can attest that the engineer-to-engineer relations between Sun and Microsoft engineers is very good --- we both like solving problems and building systems.
This blog talks about various features in JAXWS 2.1 RI that will be helpful in developing/debugging Web Services.
Today we had a release of the JAX-WS RI 2.1, so this post is all about that.
In this post I'm going to talk about the details of the benchmark Bharath did for the JAX-WS RI 2.1. For more about the JAX-WS RI 2.1 release in general, please refer to Vivek's post.
One of the big benefits of JAX-WS 2.0 is that deployment descriptors are
optional. By optional, it means no deployment descriptors are required if you
can live with the reasonable defaults defined by the JAX-WS specification. So if
you develop a trivial Web service, starting from POJO (Plain Old Java Object),
As I mentioned in my previous
post, here are the steps to develop/deploy/invoke a Web service using the Web
Services plugin in IntelliJ IDEA. Thanks to AdvancedTools,
author of the plugin, for helping me through this process.
The Web service plugin bundles Axis 1.4 and supports JWSDP 2.0 ( contains JAX-WS 2.0
EA1 which is now final in Java 6), Axis 2,
and XFire through pluggability. If you are...
In this second part of a blog series (part
1), I plan to explore the steps to develop/deploy/invoke a Web service
on GlassFish using IntelliJIDEA
Searching in the help bundled with the IDE on "web service from Java" returned
no results relevant to Web service. I found several (1,2,3)
people asking "How do I develop Web service in IntelliJ 6.x?" but all
the questions are...
Maven JAXB2 plugin is a great tool if your build is based on Maven2. It can compile any schema languages that XJC supports, and you can use available XJC plugins, too.
I just posted the JAXB RI 2.1.2, which fixes a large performance regression with FI.
People occasionally need to be able to use the same set of POJOs to match different XML representations. How do you do that in JAXB?
Read about a customer
experience on using JAX-WS RI on
JBoss on the server side and JAX-WS runtime with Java
SE 6 on the client side.
An important point to note in the article is the 1000% performance gains
between EA and and more recent versions of JAX-WS. Not all of this gain may be
due to JAX-WS :)
Technorati: JAXWS JAX-WS
supported in NetBeans, IntelliJ
IDEA and Eclipse.
I'm starting a 3-part blog that will explain my experience in developing,
deploying and invoking a Web service in each of these IDEs. Today, I start with
I'm using NetBeans 5.5.1
for the experiment purpose but these features are available NetBeans 5.0
onwards. Here are the steps that I followed.
Install GlassFish: Before...
Controlling xjc inside wsimport via command-line option is getting easier.
JAXB RI 2.1.1 and JAXB RI 2.0.5 are posted today.
This blog talks about using Addressing with JAXWS Dispatch clients by enabling AddressingFeature and setting SOAPACTION_URI_PROPERTY in the request context.
What does GlassFish v2 + NetBeans 5.5.1 IDE + WSIT plug-in
give you ?
If you read my blog, then you know the answer. If not, then this is a
recipe to create Interoperable (with Microsoft .NET 3.0 framework), Secure,
Reliable, and Transactional Web services easily in an intuitive manner.
If you use NetBeans Update Center to install the WSIT plug-in, then
the version released with WSIT...
JAX-WS 2.1 RI provides many extension points for developers to extend the functionality of JAX-WS. This blog talks about using Annotations to customize the features of a Web Service.
Sun Tech Days is Sun's
World Wide Developer Conference. The next venue is Atlanta,
United States on Jan 16-17, 2007.
agenda is very comprehensive consisting of a NetBeans
day, OpenSolaris Day and technical
sessions on Java SE and Java EE, Solaris OS, Tools and Web 2.0. And the best
part is, all this is FREE. I'm presenting on:
Technologies and Tools for Web 2.0 (11:50 - 12:40pm)...