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Jitendra Kotamraju

Jitendra Kotamraju is a staff engineer at Sun Microsystems. He has been working in java webservices, including JAXRPC, JAXWS, SAAJ implementations. He has extensive experience in distributed, and networking technologies.

 

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JAX-WS transports

Posted by jitu on August 17, 2006 at 10:19 AM PDT

Now, JAX-WS RI(2.0.1 M1) has much better support for plugging-in custom transports.

How to use Endpoint.publish(Object) ?

Posted by jitu on July 31, 2006 at 7:58 PM PDT

javax.xml.ws.Endpoint has publish(Object serverContext) method. Lot of developers have questions on how to publish endpoints using this particular method. JAX-WS RI works with the HTTP server API(slightly diffferent for tiger version).

JAX-WS RESTful Web Service - AJAX client

Posted by jitu on July 21, 2006 at 4:59 PM PDT

You have already seen quite a few examples of JAX-WS clients accessing RESTful clients. Marc's blog. I wrote a sample RESTful webservice using latest mustang JDK(b91).

A inventory store is implemented as a RESTful web service and the inventory items are accessed and updated as URL resources.

JAX-RPC in java.net maven repository

Posted by jitu on June 27, 2006 at 6:04 PM PDT


I posted JAX-RPC jars in the maven repository. Here are the details:

JAXRPC API

JAXRPC RI


Accessing Google Web Service using JAX-WS

Posted by jitu on January 28, 2006 at 10:57 PM PST

Google has a rpc/enc Web Service for searching and fetching cached pages. There are many ways to access these services(for e.g. Google API). Can it be accessed using JAX-WS? JAX-WS doesn't support rpc/enc Web Services so you don't have nice typed objects to work with. But one can use javax.xml.ws.Dispatch to send and receive SOAP messages.

Web Service endpoints in Mustang

Posted by jitu on January 18, 2006 at 5:17 PM PST

Mustang has a very good support for Web Services. One can create, publish a Web Service very easily.