Java Web Services and XML
If you plan to use JAX-WS 2.2/Metro 2.0 with tomcat 6 on JDK 6, you might run into some classloading problems. There is no endorsed directory in Tomcat 6 like it used to be in Tomcat 5, this tip covers about solving those issues
JSR-109 1.3 MR has started. Main goal is to sync up EE web services with JAX-WS 2.2.
On Thursday, March 19, 2009 I presented a quick overview and roadmap
of Metro, Jersey, GlassFish, OpenESB, OpenSSO at the Utah Java Users
Group. Here are my notes from the meeting and my slides.
I will be speaking at the Utah Java Users Group Thursday March 19 at 6pm. I will be giving an update on recent Metro web service stack features and a roadmap of what is planned. I will also mention a few GlassFish items. Hope to see you there.
Difference between REST and SOAP web services
Nightly builds of JAX-WS 2.2 and Metro 2.0 are available for download. Also covers an update for Maven users accessing JAXB and JAX-WS artifacts from java.net maven repository.
This is the fourth article in a series of articles on GlassFish and MySQL
Its been a long time I blogged. You might be wondering what we are up to with JAX-WS RI lately. We are busy implementing the JAX-WS 2.2 RI.
I will be talking about Metro, its current features and its roadmap today at 11am PT.
I updated the virtualbox client library for VirtualBox 2.1.
I introduced the smallest atom feed in the world during Devoxx 08 - what means you can publish Atom feed without external libraries. I included a Grizzly example to publish the atom on the web.
#56 explains how to create a RESTful Web service endpoint
and publish the resource using JSON representation. The blog entry
showed how the endpoint can be accessed from a Web browser. This Tip Of The Day explains how to
Client APIs to invoke the published endpoint.
Lets get started!
Create a new directory
Add a test
Netbeans 6.5 is recently released. Along with tons of new features, it has some enhancements for Web Services development.The foremost is that with Netbeans 6.5, you can easily develop Web Services applications and deploy on to Glassfish V3. There are are other features like configuring WS-Addressing, and exposing a SOAP based Web service as REST service through GUI caught my attention.
Yesterday I gave a Hands On Lab on REST, dojo and Comet at JFall. You can download the Hands On Lab.
Our OSGi-based GlassFish v3 Prelude application server with Metro (SOAP) and Jersey (REST) is now available.
JAX-WS RI 2.1.5/Metro 1.4 Released.
Amazon EC2 has a SOAP web service, and I wanted to talk to EC2 from Hudson, so I decided to use Metro for this. The end result is the JAX-WS commons EC2 module, which is a library you can put in your classpath with Metro 1.4 when you need to talk to EC2.
We have released a new snapshot of the Web Services Connector being defined by JSR 262. Jean-François Denise has the details on his blog.
Like a good novel, the spec deserves to be read from beginning to end. Let's start at chapter 1. OK, I'm kidding about the good novel part, but still, you should probably start at the beginning.
I did a two-hour talk on Metro and Jersey Tuesday evening in a Sun office, showing overview and demo.