Java Web Services and XML
W3C WS-Addressing 1.0 Core
and SOAP Binding
Recommendation. A final stamp from W3C
Advisory committee will convert this into a Recommendation.
This has been a great effort so far for me especially since I was responsible
for Sun's implementation in the CR
interop testing. Marc Hadley
and Pete Wenzel from Sun participated in the
Here's an interview with Arun Gupta, a staff engineer at Sun Microsystems in the Web Technologies and Standards team.
Jitu implemented the support
for Provider-based endpoints in JAX-WS RI.
Without undermining the wonderful effort of JAX-WS esteemed spec leads, here is
an attempt to capture a whiteboard discussion on Provider-based endpoints
possible combinations that Jitu
and I had last Friday afternoon.
JAX-WS 2.0 introduces javax.xml.ws.Provider
interface that is an alternative to a Java service endpoint...
So you just picked up the latest release of JAX-WS from Java.net and want to try it out with Glassfish. First, you need to override the version that is bundled with Glassfish, but how do you do that and be certain that you did correctly? There's more than one solution to this problem, but there's one clear winner when you're just interested in a quick test ...
This blog tells you how to install a JAX-WS nightly build on Tomcat container and run the samples using that.
I just posted the release candidate of the JAXB RI 2.0
I recently added a new binding mode in JAXB RI 2.0, which makes it even easier to use.
The authors of WS-Policy
and WS-PolicyAttachment are hosting
a 3-day interop workshop at SAP AG campus in Walldorf
on April 25-27, 2006. This is
the first public notification of such a workshop around this set of
specifications. We (Sun) will be participating in this workshop with our
implementations of these specifications as part of Project
Tango. The source code of these...
Here at the JAXB team, we are closing in on the release of the JAXB 2.0 RI.
Almost all the bugs are fixed (both java.net and BugParade.) Our 1600+ unit tests are almost all passing except one or two, and we'll be then working on any failure from 5700+ TCK tests.
So if you are thinking about moving to JAXB 2.0, then now is a really good time to try it out and make sure it works for you. If you...
earlier, Sun particiapted in the second plugfest
hosted by Microsoft. Harold,
Vivek, Mike, Jiandong and myself
(all from Sun) spent most of the week in Redmond testing interoperability between Sun's Project
Tango technologies and Microsoft's Windows
Communication Foundation. There were other Sun participants engaged remotely
Again as mentioned, we were bigger and performed...
This morning W3C WS-Addressing
testing task force spent hours to interoperate on WS-Addressing CR
test cases. Well, this morning was pretty much the grand finale but we've
for the past few months on testing. And finally we achieved a darn good test
report few hours ago.
I represented Sun for the interop using JAX-WSA
APIs and implementation
and achieved 100% interoperability. That...
I just implemented the experimental canonicalization (c14n) support in the JAXB RI 2.0.
An user asked in the JAXB forum, "how can I bind an union nicely"? Here's how.
Think JAXB 2.0 generates too much code and/or cumbersome code? Try the simple-minded binding mode.
JAX-WS 2.0 has been open source on Java.net for nearly a year. The JAX-WS teams is looking for Content Developers and Contributors to make JAX-WS a better technology.
Java.net has upgraded its system and with that came a lot of changes to the web interface. So I updated javanettasks to 1.0.8 and maven-javanet-plugin to 1.5 to cope with these differences.
For the past few months or so I've been working on rearchitecturing the JAX-WS RI. The goal is to bring the performance to the next level, to make it more pluggable in all respects, and to allow more infrastructure-level specifications to be implemented on top of it.
JAXP 1.3 comes with a nice XML validation API (I was involved in designing this API.) Today I'm going to explain how to use this API to validate your XML documents with RELAX NG.
And that's what indeed we at Sun
have been trying to achieve for the past few months. Read more about
Project Tango in Harold's
It's all about interoperability with Microsoft's
Foundation. This is a concrete realization of the announcement
too) made by Sun in Nov 2005.
This is where I've been spending my time...
Sun's Project Tango is ensuring that Java Web Services and Microsoft's
Windows Communication Foundation interoperate with enterprise class
features such as security, reliable messaging and atomic transactions.
This is accomplished by implementing a number of WS-* specifications
and holding plugfests where our engineers work together for a week to
test our implementations of those specifications. This entry maps the
enterprise features to particular specifications and talks about
interoperability testing. Source and binaries will be available in the upcoming weeks.